Murder One

Album: Hardwired... to Self-Destruct (2016)
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  • One crown
    Shines on through the sound
    One crown
    Born to lose
    One man
    Does not give a damn
    One man
    No excuse

    Aces wild
    Aces high
    All the aces
    Aces 'til you die

    White lines fading
    The iron horse rolls on and on and on

    Hear your thunder
    Still feeding back
    Still hear your thunder
    The man in black

    Born to lose
    Living to win

    One fist
    Hammers through the mist
    One fist
    Steady on
    One heart
    Diehard from the start
    One heart
    Beats its song

    Murder all
    Murder one
    Give me murder
    Second class to none

    Headlights fading
    The iron horse rolls on and on and on

    Hear your thunder
    Still feeding back
    Still hear your thunder
    The man in black

    Born to lose
    Living to win

    Hear your thunder
    Still feeding back
    I still hear your thunder
    The man in black

    Born to lose
    No excuse
    'Til the end
    Been living to win
    Been living to win Writer/s: JAMES ALAN HETFIELD, LARS ULRICH
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