Broken Lens

  • Blurring the lines we define
    Between the wrong and the right,
    We're on the other side of the divide
    And it makes me sick to watch us die inside.

    Inside out. Tear me open.
    Tear me open from the inside out.
    Fix this broken lens.
    Tear me open from the inside out.
    Fix this broken lens.

    On the verge of collapse,
    Look through the cracks at world in decay.
    Disoriented state where black and white turn to grey

    Hanging by a thread.

    Blurring the lines we define
    Between the wrong and the right,
    We're on the other side of the divide,
    And it makes me sick to watch us die inside.

    Inside out. Tear me open.
    Tear me open from the inside out.
    Fix this broken lens
    Tear me open from the inside out.
    Fix this broken lens.

    When will this end?
    Losing all perspective,
    Can't read between the lines
    When will this end?
    To see a world that needs the truth
    We buried deep inside
    When will this end?

    We are blind men in a glass prison.
    Were not the image that you envisioned.
    We are blind men in a glass prison.
    Where is your hope? Where is your vision?

    Broken lens
    Where is your vision? Writer/s: BRANDON LEITRU, DAVID PUCKETT, MATTIE MONTGOMERY, RYAN LEITRU, WILLIAM SCOTT PUTNEY, DAVID PUCKETT (2), WILLIAM PUTNEY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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