Quintessence

Album: Crack the Skye (2009)
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  • The demon skin is covered in fine mist
    Opened his hand in my hand
    Holding my eyes to the future
    Hovering above myself
    Letting loose the guided
    Punching these holes in my head
    The space time paradigm

    Omnipresence
    Primal instincts

    Let it go

    Calling reason
    Finding you
    These wild hearts run
    Even deeper
    Burning through
    These wild hearts run

    Let it go

    Letting me free the quintessence
    In fine mist
    Opened his hand in center
    Holding my eyes to the future
    Letting loose the guided
    Punching these holes in my head
    Losing my skin to the landslide

    Omnipresence
    Primal instinct

    Let it go

    Calling reason
    Finding you
    These wild hearts run
    Even deeper
    Burning through
    These wild hearts run

    Let it go

    Shield failure
    Speed farewell Writer/s: BRANN TIMOTHY DAILOR, TROY JAYSON SANDERS, WILLIAM BREEN KELLIHER, WILLIAM BRENT HINDS
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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