Saints, Sinners and Greats

Album: Rise of the Lion (2014)
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  • All the saints, the sinners, and greats
    Have always surrendered in their time of fate
    I'll take my name and make history
    Not being cowards they wanted for me
    I'll retrace my steps
    Find where I have fallen
    Bury those trenches
    Walking over with glory

    All the saints (all the saints), the sinners, and greats
    Will be gone (gone)
    Gone one day
    I will not abide to the times
    Refusing to look up to someone with power
    My bones are comparable
    But we are, covered in the storms

    We live unbalanced
    Covered in the shadows
    Born to be fools
    Adoring lost souls
    All the saints (all the saints), the sinners, and greats
    Will be gone (gone)
    Gone one day 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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