The Thin Line Between Love and Hate

Album: Brave New World (2000)
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  • When a person turns to wrong
    Is it a want to be, belong?
    Part of things at any cost
    At what price a life is lost?
    At what point do we begin?
    Fighter spirit a will to win
    But what makes a man decide
    Take the wrong or righteous road

    There's a thin line between love and hate
    Wider divide that you can see between good and bad
    There's a grey place between black and white
    But everyone does have the right
    To choose the path that he takes

    We all like to put the blame on society these days
    But what kind of good or bad a new generation brings
    Sometimes take just more than that
    To survive, be good at heart
    There is evil in some of us
    No matter what will never change

    I will hope, my soul will fly
    So I will live forever
    Heart will die, my soul will fly
    And I will live forever

    Just a few small tears between someone happy and one sad
    Just a thin line drawn between being a genius or insane
    At what age begin to learn of which way out we will turn?
    There's a long and winding road and the trail is there to burn

    There's a thin line between love and hate
    Wider divide that you can see between good and bad
    There's a grey place between black and white
    But everyone does have the right
    To choose the path that he takes

    I will hope, my soul will fly
    So I will live forever
    Heart will die, my soul will fly
    And I will live forever

    I will hope, my soul will fly
    So I will live forever
    Heart will die, my soul will fly
    And I will live forever

    The thin line between love and hate

    The thin line between love and hate Writer/s: David Murray, Steve Harris
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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