Daybreak

Album: Trust No One (2016)
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  • Never relent
    Throw yourself
    Never relent
    Through yourself to the future
    This blood moon
    Begins with a guarantee
    And mercury
    It ends in retrograde

    It's just
    Bleeding me dry
    So don't even try to say goodbye
    Resentment
    Yes I harbor some
    So don't even try to say goodbye

    This is not over now
    I'm far from down for the count
    I hear it beckoning now
    I'm far from down
    Come out full guns blazing

    I'll never forget
    I may forgive tomorrow
    I'll never forget
    The years of sorrow
    This blood moon
    Begins with a guarantee
    And mercury it ends in retrograde
    This time it ends in retrograde
    I can hear it beckoning

    I'm far from down for the count
    I'm far from down for the count
    Come out full guns blazing
    This is
    Not over now
    I'm far from down for the count
    I hear n beckoning now
    I'm far from down
    Come out
    Full guns blazing
    Hell raising
    All guns blazing

    The powers at be
    The faces of God
    Are a one-way mirror
    As we hover above
    Mangled tangled
    A one-way mirror as we hover above

    This is
    Not over now
    I'm far from down for the count
    Come out full guns blazing
    This is not over now
    I'm far from down for the count
    I hear it beckoning now
    Am far from down
    Come out full guns blazing
    Hell raising
    Never relent Writer/s: AUSTIN D'AMOND, BRADLEY JAMES FAFARA, COLIN MICHAEL SPREITZER, JAMES BRADLEY FAFARA, MICHAEL COLIN SPREITZER, NEAL TIEMANN
    Publisher: Royalty Network
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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