Burn the Bridge

  • No integrity no sincerity no credibility no regret
    No principal no ethic no honor makes no fucking sense
    No inside to the future no thinking and no respect
    No authority no veracity no honesty no penitence
    No pride no power just a criminal no morals

    Your greed you'd burn the bridge around me to save your self
    Your envy, you can't be what I am even with my help
    Gluttony, take everything from me take it for yourself
    My wrath, I'll just live my own life

    So violent so dissident no more requiem so I lament
    So simple to revere to respect down and left for dead
    So forget my forgiveness you've all failed to protect
    No persistence, insistence my will my stubbornness
    Consume devour like a criminal, no standards

    Your greed, you'd burn the bridge around me to save your self
    Your envy, you can't be what I am even with my help
    Gluttony, take everything from me take it for yourself
    My wrath, I'll just live my own life

    Before I saw the light I crawled through darkness my whole life so empty
    Before I found my life I embraced the death that's coming
    So certain, drawing near, its coming closer it's approaching

    I know the signs
    I've got the number
    I got my vision
    I know the motion
    My eyes forever opened

    You'd burn the bridge around me to save your self
    Your envy, you can't be what I am even with my help
    Gluttony, take everything from me take it for yourself
    My wrath, I'll just live my own life Writer/s: CHAD L. GRAY, GREG TRIBBETT, MATTHEW MCDONOUGH, RYAN MARTINIE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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