Guided By The Moon

Album: A Different Shade of Blue (2019)
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  • Guided by the moon
    I hope you find your way
    From here you go alone
    In hell I will remain
    Waiting to see you again

    I'm surrounded by your echo
    An episode of throes
    Every thorn I lay beside you
    An extension of the rose
    In the bloom of agony
    I grip tight to feel the pain
    With all the blood I draw
    Leaving hand prints of your name

    Guided by the moon
    I hope you find your way
    Led by the hand with fingers coiled
    No evil left to fray
    I watched you cling to life
    A strength I never knew
    I don't know how to feel
    This is a different shade of blue

    I was visited by death again
    An angel of the dark
    Come to take you home
    In the shape, in the shape of a shattered heart

    Shot out of the sky
    Buried underground
    I have a bone to pick with death
    He still follows me around
    Fuck

    Shot out of the sky
    Buried underground
    I have a bone to pick with death
    He still follows me around Writer/s: Bryan Garris
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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