Robots: 3, Humans: 0

Album: Norma Jean vs. The Anti-Mother (2008)
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  • Open that door: I'll follow you into that space
    Where nothing is regretted then forgotten

    Where is that grace that carries me out? so strange it's mine
    It wont be,

    Yesterday when before when before the day of collapsing
    And I'll stand through all these lines
    Just to make it back to you
    Can you help me every step of the way?
    We can bury that battle and bury the cause
    There is nothing that I can say because I was wrong this time

    Everyone knows cause they see the glare in your eyes
    Careful now, don't drown yourself ion sorrow
    I was the one that built that cross and weighed you down.
    And now I'll carry on till it's over, and it's over

    [Chorus: x2] Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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