Cut Me Loose

Album: Incarnate (2016)
  • Lost in thought
    Recounting the cost when sanity became askew
    When turning the pages of life concentrated
    On killing the sorrow that tears us in two

    A faded memory of what used to be
    The burden and the noose
    Just cut me loose
    Just cut me loose
    It can't be mistaken, the spirit is vacant
    When hope for tomorrow is nowhere in view

    Living so close to a weakness
    That continues to keep you held down
    Hear the sound of the voice that is screaming
    What's lost is now found

    A faded memory of what used to be (used to be)
    The burden and the noose
    Just cut me loose
    Oh
    Yeah
    Ghosts of the past no longer torment me
    I release the anguish

    A faded memory (memory) of what used to be
    The burden and the noose
    Begging you to cut me loose
    The burden and the noose
    Just cut me loose

    Cut me, cut me, cut me loose Writer/s: JESSE LEACH, ADAM DUTKIEWICZ, MIKE D'ANTONIO, JUSTIN FOLEY, JOEL STROETZEL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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