All For One

Album: released as a single (2014)
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  • Blood on the ground
    Sun turning red
    Head over heels
    Over our heads
    Trouble will rise
    Tears will be shed
    Wherever we go
    Whatever comes next

    We'll always
    We'll always be
    One for all and all for one

    Bridges we've crossed
    Battles we've had
    Love we have lost
    Dreams we have shared

    We'll always
    We'll always be
    One for all and all for one

    Yeah, yeah
    Yeah, all for one

    My brother, my self
    My savior, my friend
    The fire we are
    The fire will end
    If I should fall
    Or you don't make it back
    Together we'll rise
    Together we'll stand

    We'll always
    We'll always be
    One for all and all for one

    We'll always
    We'll always be
    One for all and all for one
    One for all and all for one

    All for one Writer/s: JIMMY WEBB
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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