Crack the Skye

Album: Crack the Skye (2009)
  • Blessed visionary cut me with your sun
    The rivers ran in blood
    Spark fueled to fire

    Deep withing the endless void
    Searching for a sign
    The vessel forged inside me
    Watches over like the death
    Of the moon
    Strike the shepherd
    Sheep will scatter
    Mountains of despair
    I can see the pain
    It is written all over your face
    The screaming arrows tear through my soul
    In the dawn your face is haunting
    White ghostly dreams

    Weight of worlds is on your shoulders
    Hear the voice of gold
    I can see the pain
    It's written all over your face

    Desperate heathens flock to sirens
    Guard your heartache well
    Momma don't let them take her
    Take her down

    Please tell Lucifer he can't have this one
    Her spirits too strong
    It's written all over your face
    I can see the pain
    You can make it all go awayWriter/s: BRANN TIMOTHY DAILOR, TROY JAYSON SANDERS, WILLIAM BREEN KELLIHER, WILLIAM BRENT HINDS
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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