Show Yourself

Album: Emperor Of Sand (2017)
  • Show yourself
    Show yourself
    I want to see everything you're made of
    Tear it down, rip it out
    Shed your skin and float it down the river
    Lose yourself
    Lose yourself
    Wild horses ride you through the valley
    Come alive
    Come alive
    Sail into the void without your worries

    You're not as safe as far as I can tell
    And I can tell
    Only you can save yourself
    Soon this will all be a distant memory
    Or could this dream be real at all?

    Stars align
    Stars align
    Stars can fall and get you into trouble
    Be afraid
    Don't be afraid
    Speak the ancient wisdom of the desert

    You're not as safe as far as I can tell
    And I can tell
    Only you can save yourself
    Soon this will all be a distant memory
    Or could this dream be real at all?

    Show yourself
    Show yourself
    I wanna see everything you're made of
    Reveal yourself
    Reveal yourself
    The truth will send a ripple through your body
    See your fate
    You'll see your fate
    Death will come and steal you from the living
    Dead and gone
    Dead and gone
    I'll see you on the other side of fire Writer/s: William Breen Kelliher, William Brent Hinds, Brann Timothy Dailor, Troy Jayson Sanders
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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