Labyrinth

Album: Take to the Skies (2007)
  • Help!
    The air turns black,
    The birds drop from the sky
    This eagle has landed
    I'm choking on your pride

    And the walls are closing in
    And you don't appreciate
    That in my hands tonight
    Is where your fate lies
    Her face drains

    (Stand) Stand up, take a bow you have
    No reason to celebrate
    (You're) You're lost in a labyrinth
    Scream now it's not too late

    Help!
    The air turns black
    The birds drop from the sky
    This eagle has landed
    I'm choking on your pride

    And the walls are closing in
    And you don't appreciate
    That in my hands tonight
    Is where your fate lies
    Her face drains

    (Stand) Stand up, take a bow you have
    No reason to celebrate
    (You're) You're lost in a labyrinth
    Scream now it's not too late

    Nothing seems to break the walls down
    Break the walls, down
    Nothing seems to break the walls down
    Break the walls, down

    We'll break the walls!
    We'll break the walls!
    We'll break the walls, down!

    We'll break the walls!
    We'll break the walls!
    We'll break the walls, down!

    Yeah, stand! Will he make it out?
    I hope he makes it out!
    He's gonna make it out!
    He's gotta make it out!

    (Stand) Stand up!

    (You're) You're lost!

    In a labyrinth! Writer/s: Chris Batten, Liam Rory Clewlow, Robert Rolfe, Roughton Reynolds
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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