A Reason to Fight

  • The image in your eyes
    Reflecting the pain that has taken you
    I hear it in your voice, so ridden with shame
    From what's hailing you

    I won't give up so don't give in
    You've fallen down but you can rise again
    So don't give up

    When the demon that's inside you is ready to begin
    And it feels like it's a battle that you will never win
    When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin
    When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason to fight

    Lost in your world of lies
    I find it so hard to believe in you
    Can it be real this time?
    Or just a part of this game that we're playing through

    I won't give up so don't give in
    You've fallen down but you will rise again
    I won't give up

    When the demon that's inside you is ready to begin
    And it feels like it's a battle that you will never win
    When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin
    When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason to fight

    Don't let it take your soul
    Look at me take control
    When knowing to fight this war
    This is nothing worth dying for

    Are you ready to begin?
    This is a battle that we are gonna win

    When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin
    When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason
    When the demon that's inside you is ready to begin
    And it feels like it's a battle that you will never win
    When you're aching for the fire and begging for your sin
    When there's nothing left inside, there's still a reason to fight
    I'll be your reason to fight
    Give you a reason to fightWriter/s: Dan J Donegan, David Michael Draiman, Kevin Gregory Churko, Michael Wengren
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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