Ascension

Album: Incarnate (2016)
  • This is a dawning
    A calling to face down consequence
    No honor in hiding behind a wall, that keeps you sane
    Shed the skin of past mistakes
    No remorse and no escape
    The burden of your consciousness
    Don't turn back. Your time has come
    Draw your breath
    Define your ascension
    Put your fears to death
    Define your ascension
    As the tension builds within you
    Let conviction conquer
    All those who stand before you
    This is fair warning. No turning back
    There is no indecision
    Don't turn away
    Your time has come
    It all ends today
    Your time has come
    Draw your breath
    Define your ascension
    Put your fears to death
    Define your ascension
    This is fair warning
    Your time will come
    Your time will come Writer/s: JESSE LEACH, JOEL STROETZEL, ADAM DUTKIEWICZ, MICHAEL D'ANTONIO, JUSTIN FOLEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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