Keys to the Kingdom

Album: The Hunting Party (2014)
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  • No control
    No surprise
    Throw the keys to the kingdom down there
    Down in my eye
    I'm my own casualty
    I fuck up everything I see
    Fighting in futility

    It's our final war
    Tell me what's worth fighting for
    When we know there's nothing more
    Take the hand or fist
    Just to sell ourselves for this
    The path we least resist

    No control
    No surprise
    Throw the keys to the kingdom down there
    Down in my eye
    I'm my own casualty
    I fuck up everything I see
    Fighting in futility

    Uh, I give you what you came for
    This is not the same though
    Got a different method
    But I still can bring the pain so
    Not all give the same though
    I got daddy's same flow
    I am sock in catch you never really in my range though
    Yes I'm half anglo, half huapango
    On primetime, I'ma let that bass bang though
    All you fucking lames go
    Yelling out the names though
    Careful what you shoot, cause you might hit what you came for
    (Careful what you shoot, cause you might hit what you came for)

    No control
    No surprise
    Throw the keys to the kingdom down there
    Down in my eye
    I'm my own casualty
    I fuck up everything I see
    Fighting in futility

    No control
    No surprise
    Throw the keys to the kingdom down there
    Down in my eye
    I'm my own casualty Writer/s: BRAD DELSON, CHARLES CHESTER BENNINGTON, JOSEPH HAHN, KENJI MICHAEL SHINODA, MICHAEL DAVID FARRELL, ROBERT G BOURDON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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