Lunatik

Album: Rise of the Lion (2014)
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  • Get me out
    Yeah
    I'm ready to get out of my head tonight
    There's the door so come on come on come on
    I want my past, my demons left behind
    They're calling me back for all I am
    My mind is aching, from all the raging
    Voices telling me, stop, no one can hear you anymore

    In my head alone, free to dance with the demons
    I'm losin' it, I'm losin' it
    In my head alone, free to dance with the demons
    I'm losin' it I'm a lunatic
    I lost reality, lost control
    Tangled up sanity is all I know
    You have consumed me, planted your fucking plague
    My body sick, of all this shit
    Now all I am, a hollow man
    Let me free

    Get me out of my head tonight
    Get me out
    Yeah
    In my head alone, free to dance with the demons
    I'm losin' it, I'm losin' it
    In my head alone, free to dance with the demons
    I'm losin' it I'm a lunatic
    I'm a lunatic
    Get me out
    Get me out
    Yeah Writer/s: JEROD BOYD, JUSTIN AUFDEMKAMPE, LEVI BENTON, ROBERT STEAD, RYAN NEFF
    Publisher: Royalty Network
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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