The Infection

  • In the back of my mind I can
    Barely even remember when
    There was nothing left to hide and
    She has found a way inside, then
    I was forced to walk alone
    Living in an empty home
    All I wanted was to hide and
    Try to numb the ache inside
    And I'm still afraid of the light
    And a thousand voices share their laughter at my demise

    Now if I am to survive
    The infection must die
    Murder the beast that's been eating me alive
    The infection must die

    Nothing left but a broken man
    Terrified of everything
    Nothing left of his foolish pride, his
    Fond memories slowly die, then
    As he wakes again alone
    Still a prisoner in his home
    Ready to allow the dark to
    Penetrate his broken heart
    And I'm still afraid of the light (of the light)
    And a thousand voices share their laughter at his demise

    Now if I am to survive
    The infection must die
    Murder the beast that's been eating me alive
    The infection must die

    Now if I am to survive (now I must survive)
    The infection must die
    Murder the beast that's been eating me alive
    The infection must die

    This is where I draw the line (draw the line)
    The infection must die (This infection must die)
    Give me release from this demon of mine (demon of mine)
    This infection must die

    The infection must die Writer/s: DAN DONEGAN, DAVID DRAIMAN, MICHAEL WENGREN, MIKE WENGREN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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