You Don't Bleed For Me

Album: Disarm the Descent (2013)
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  • That is something that had changed
    Corrupted in your ways
    Beside your contradictions
    This walk we're searching has been grazed
    Structured and dismayed
    But you have all the answers for me

    It's clear to me now
    You're not what you claim
    You don't speak,
    You don't speak for me
    There is no mistake
    It's written on your face
    You don't bleed
    You don't bleed for me
    Bleed for me!

    When all must fall from your eyes
    We see truth behind the lies
    I don't believe a word you say

    It's clear to me now
    You're not what you claim
    You don't speak,
    You don't speak for me
    There is no mistake
    It's written on your face
    You don't bleed
    You don't bleed for me
    Bleed for me!

    Firefly of righteousness
    But underneath of this deviousness
    Screaming lies
    Don't pretend to know me
    Martyr of disgrace
    With your plastic smile
    I don't believe a word she says
    Don't speak for me
    You don't bleed
    You don't bleed
    You don't bleed, for me!
    FOR ME!

    Your words betray
    The life that you live is a lie
    The truth remains
    I see through you

    It's clear to me now
    You're not what you claim
    You don't speak,
    You don't speak for me
    There is no mistake
    It's written on your face
    You don't bleed
    You don't bleed for me
    Bleed for me! Writer/s: ADAM DUTKIEWICZ, JESSE D. LEACH, JOEL STROETZEL, JUSTIN FOLEY, MIKE D'ANTONIO
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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