Black Label

Album: New American Gospel (2000)
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  • The human confrontation, I've build a phobia
    It takes my essence somewhere
    Somewhere to take control

    I may be far from rocking
    I am the one alone
    I may be far behind lines
    And made them turn away

    I want to know, hey you, watch out!
    I've made them turn to cripple, hey you, watch out!
    When i will know, who'll know, back fight!
    Why time would let me die to control

    I fear nothing, why don't you know!
    I rip my mind and why don't you bleed!
    I fear no one, why you turn back!
    I may not stop

    My freedom can't contain but tell me
    The pain I liberate
    Riff hostility to anyone
    Has made us so much hate
    I made them turn from hate but tell me
    The pain and suffering
    I made them turn from hate but tell me
    The pain and suffering
    I know Writer/s: CHRIS ADLER, DAVID RANDALL BLYTHE, JOHN CAMPBELL, MARK MORTON, WILL ADLER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Mike from San Ramon, Cathis song pumps you up for ANYTHING! best band out there. period.
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