The Immortals

Album: Come Around Sundown (2010)
  • The open road, the path of greatness
    It's at your fingers
    Go be the one that keeps on fighting
    Go be the stranger
    Just put your foot in front' the other
    Crow like a rooster
    We are allowed to get us something
    Fear as a danger

    I say

    Spill out on the streets of stars
    And ride away
    Find out what you are
    Face to face

    The windows are
    The perfect picture
    They're always changin'
    Go on get lost
    Jump in the waters
    When they are raging
    I said

    Spill out on the streets of stars
    And ride away
    Find out what you are
    Face to face
    Once you've had enough
    Carry on
    Don't forget to love
    'Fore you're gone

    Spill out on the streets of stars
    And ride away
    Find out what you are
    Face to face
    Once you've had enough
    Carry on
    Don't forget to love
    'Fore you're gone Writer/s: Anthony Followill, Ivan Followill, Jared Followill, Matthew Followill
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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