Praise The Void

Album: Songs Of Death And Resurrection (2021)
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  • And here I thought we all agreed
    Take this hand of hope
    And leave the world to bleed
    For a place too bright to see
    Can we still behold
    Forest for the trees
    But here in the dark
    I feel nothing
    I see no one
    No solace at all
    We once heard the lasting call
    But now we...
    Praise the void
    For this love, wasted love
    Praise the void
    We found nothing is enough
    You tell me hope's too bright to be
    Tomorrow's just a fabrication of our dreams
    Here in the dark
    I feel nothing
    I see no one
    Is it the end you want to see?
    Here in the dark
    We feel nothing
    We see no one
    Is it peace for only me? Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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