War of My Life

Album: Battle Studies (2009)
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  • Come out angels
    Come out ghosts
    Come out darkness
    Bring everyone you know

    I'm not running
    And I'm not scared
    I am waiting and well prepared

    I'm in the war of my life
    At the door of my life
    Out of time and there's no where to run away

    I've got a hammer
    And a heart of glass
    I got to know right now
    Which walls to smash

    I got a pocket
    Got no pills
    If fear hasn't killed me yet
    Then nothing will

    All the suffering
    And all the pain
    Never left a name, oh

    I'm in the war of my life
    At the door of my life
    Out of time and there's nowhere to run

    I'm in the war of my life
    At the core of my life
    Got no choice but to fight 'till it's done

    No more suffering
    No more pain
    Never again

    I'm in the war of my life
    At the door of my life
    Out of time and there's no where to run

    I'm in the war of my life
    I'm at the core of my life
    Got no choice but to fight 'till it's done

    So fight on (I won't give up)
    Fight on everyone, (I won't run)
    Fight on (I won't stop for anyone)
    Got no choice but to fight 'till it's done
    Fight on (I won't give up)
    Fight on everyone (I won't run)
    Fight on (I won't stop for anyone
    Got no choice but to fight 'till it's done
    So fight on (I won't give up)
    Fight on Writer/s: JOHN MAYER
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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