In Due Time

Album: Disarm the Descent (2013)
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  • Pacing aimlessly,
    With my mind in unrest
    Unsure of what may come.
    What have I done to bring this down on me?
    Helpless to make this undone

    All in due time, see the world through different eyes.
    All in due time, the shadows will give way to light.

    How much more can I give of myself,
    As these walls close in on me?
    As I slip down in to this despair
    (Into this despair),
    There is nothing to attain

    What victory
    (What victory)
    When my soul is weak,
    (Is weak)
    where does my help come from?

    All in due time, see the world through different eyes.
    I see the world through different eyes.
    All in due time, shadows will give way, give way to light.

    All that we suffer through leads to determination.
    The trials we all go through gives us the strength to carry on.
    Something within us burns, desire feeds the will to live.
    A reason to believe I will see redemption.

    All in due time, see the world through different eyes
    I see the world through different eyes
    All in due time, the shadows will give way to light.
    All in due time.Writer/s: JESSE D. LEACH, ADAM DUTKIEWICZ, MIKE D'ANTONIO, JOEL STROETZEL, JUSTIN FOLEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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  • Branden from Orange Park, FlThis song is about looking at the world through different peoples eyes as in how they see the world.. as I see this world it's burning and how everyone is destroying it..i believe that is what it's saying.
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