Colony Of Birchmen

Album: Blood Mountain (2006)
  • This forest is growing faster than I can tell
    Cell structure eats away at a massive swell
    Seems, however, I'm a victim of circumstance
    Hunt for ogres and dwarfs
    Lion slicer
    Run with death
    Run with death
    White faces coming closer with every step
    Earth envelopes taking breath without happenstance
    Carve my teeth out, ripping through the sheep's head curse
    Hunter gatherer
    Ridden from the cave

    Run with death
    Run with death
    Gone away
    My heart's gone away
    Taking everything
    My heart's gone away
    Take it now

    Run with death
    Run with death
    Gone away
    My heart's gone away
    Taking everything
    My heart's gone away
    Take it nowWriter/s: BRENT HINDS, WILLIAM KELLIHER, TROY SANDERS
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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Comments: 1

  • Jacob from Elderwood , CaThis song is soo hard to understand.
    I cannot tell one line of lyrics. Then again that goes hand in hand with this genre
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