Releasing the Demons

  • What do you see in the dark
    When the demons come for you

    If only you could have seen
    How fucked up my life used to be
    Then everything starts to change
    Supposedly healing my pain
    I never thought I'd feel this way
    I never thought that I'd see a day
    I'd run away from anything or anywhere or anyone
    It's all these demons haunting me
    Its all these little things trapped inside of me
    Releasing me from all my sin

    It's taken me all of my anger
    And taken me all of my hate
    To learn how my life came together
    Releasing the demons again

    And now I look through my minds eye
    And see where my past needs to rest
    Its always disturbed by these voices
    That echo inside of my head
    Another way that I can hide
    Another reason to crawl inside and get away
    From everything and everywhere and everyone
    NO!
    It's all these demons haunting me
    Its all these little things trapped inside of me
    Releasing me from all my sin

    It's taken me all of my anger
    And taken me all of my hate
    To learn how my life came together
    Releasing the demons, again

    Facing the days as I grow into my own
    Loving and hating is the same
    And three-fold I told you
    It comes back with laughter
    Over and over again
    It's coming back

    It's taken me all of my anger
    And taken me all of my hate
    To learn how my life came together
    Releasing the demons again Writer/s: SALVATORE P. ERNA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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