My Last Serenade

Album: Alive Or Just Breathing (2002)
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  • This revelation is the death of ignorance
    Tangled in a state of suffocation
    Slave to self righteousness
    Damnation is on your lips

    From sorrow to serenity, the truth is absolution
    From sorrow to serenity, it's on your head
    This is my last serenade
    I feel you as you fall away
    This is my last serenade
    From yourself you can't run away

    It's your choice, point the finger
    But it's on your head
    Your destination is a choice within yourself
    Will you rise or become a slave
    To self righteousness
    Open up your heart and gaze within

    From sorrow to serenity, the truth is absolution
    From sorrow to serenity, it's on your head
    This is my last serenade
    I feel you as you fall away
    This is my last serenade
    From yourself you can't run away Writer/s: ADAM DUTKIEWITZ, JESSE LEACH, JOEL STROETZEL, MIKE D'ANTONIO
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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