It all falls on me, brings me to my knees This feeling that's inside Where's the peace that you promised me? You promised me
Desolation fills this hollow heart Seeking all the answers, as we drift apart Where is the light? Where's the sanctity? In this choir of voices, that deceive
It all falls on me, brings me to my knees This feeling that's inside Where's the peace that you promised me? You promised
In disarray I find a place to come undone Where all of my anger and all of my pain bleeds into something I can't contain Release me from this moment, left here with nothing to hold onto Your voice is still speaking, my vision is clear And through the distance I feel you near
I feel you near
You don't see me, you can't hear my voice Left me with nothing without a choice Memories of what could have been Remind me it will never be the same again
It falls It falls on me It falls It falls on me It falls It falls on me It falls
Writer/s: ADAM DUTKIEWICZ, JESSE LEACH, JOEL STROETZEL, JUSTIN FOLEY, MIKE D'ANTONIO
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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