A Different World
by Korn

Album: The Serenity of Suffering (2016)
  • I dream of the past, so I can break through
    The walls I have built inside
    The thoughts I can't grasp
    Transparency through
    They're constantly fight and collide

    I'd love to see a different world
    A place where you can't find me

    Feel me, kill me, my back's up against the wall
    Your magic spell doesn't work anymore
    Kill me, kill me, that's what
    You've got to face, my friend (my friend)
    This ain't the end (the end)

    Why can't I relax and let it be true?
    This world that I try to hide
    It's kind of a mess
    Too reckless for you
    This place makes me feel alive

    I'd love to see a different world
    A place where you can't find me

    Feel me, kill me, my back's up against the wall
    Your magic spell doesn't work anymore
    Kill me, kill me, that's what
    You've got to face, my friend (my friend)
    This ain't the end (the end)

    The call of the purpose is the change in behavior
    And that is all we keep constraints on the soldiers
    It gets on top of you and forces your perspective
    Then you know it, you feel it, it's as dark as you can get, you want it

    Harder harder harder
    Give it to you
    Harder harder
    You just want it
    Harder harder harder
    Give it to you
    Harder harder
    I don't think you'll ever get it

    Feel me, kill me, my back's up against the wall
    Your magic spell doesn't work anymore
    Kill me, kill me, that's what
    You've got to face, my friend (my friend)
    This ain't the end (the end) Writer/s: Brian Phillip Welch, James Christian Shaffer, Jonathan Davis, Ray Luzier, Reginald Arvizu
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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