Boundless (Time to Murder It)

Album: The Divinity Of Purpose (2013)
  • I've got a bullet for the shame
    A toe tag for the spite
    A body bag for the envy
    A coffin for their guilt
    Headstones in their place
    A shovel tells the memories

    So take this message how you want
    Today it ends now I choose what you control
    'Cause it's time, our time
    Confront what you've always denied
    And be boundless

    It's time
    Reach within and find
    The nemesis inside
    'Cause it's time to murder it

    Oh let's go

    I've got your epitaph written
    Elegy to scream
    A hole dug deep for the gluttony
    Sever strings of doubt
    No need for last rites
    False prayers no one's hearing

    So take this message how you want
    Today it ends now I choose what you control
    And I'm not sorry for your loss
    As the coffin shuts on everything you know

    'Cause it's time, our time
    Confront what you deny 'cause it's time to be boundless

    I want what it take to be boundless
    I know what it is to be boundless
    I can't let this nemesis survive
    I must reach inside 'cause it's time

    Time to fucking murder it

    'Cause it's time
    It's time
    It's time
    Confront what you always deny 'cause it's time to be boundless Writer/s: CHRIS BEATTIE, JAMEY JASTA, MATTHEW P. BYRNE
    Publisher: RAZOR & TIE DIRECT LLC
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