My Wall
by Korn

Album: The Path of Totality (2011)
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  • And along came something sacred
    I never knew what I found
    The demons dance around, elated
    They're hurting me

    I put my wall up each day
    You tear it down
    I hide in my space
    The space you found
    And one of these days
    I'll come unbound
    The feelings I hate
    Will finally drown

    Falling awake in a nightmare
    Images of horror abound
    Thought I stumbled upon salvation
    Hell I found

    I put my wall up each day
    You tear it down
    I hide in my space
    The space you found
    And one of these days
    I'll come unbound
    The feelings I hate
    Will finally drown

    I'll never be the same
    It's the greatest lie ever told
    No, I'll never be the same
    I sold my soul

    I put my wall up each day
    You tear it down
    I hide in my space
    The space you found
    And one of these days
    I'll come unbound
    The feelings I hate
    Will finally drown Writer/s: James Christian Shaffer, Jeff Abel, Jonathan Howsman Davis, Raymond Lee Luzier, Reginald Arvizu
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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