Guardian

Album: Condition Hüman (2015)
  • Man down
    Into the darkness they hunt you
    Tracking blood upon the streets
    Security is breached
    Political elite, who's the savior when the martyr knows your name?

    (Guardian, guardian, guardian)

    Pixels of light
    Infrared from the sights
    That shed upon you
    Facing the enemy, fascist supremacy
    Fight to live another day

    It's time to rise up, united we stand, divided we fall
    Rvolution calling

    Rise up, united we stand, divided we fall
    Revolution calling

    Insurrection
    This time we're playing for keeps
    Arming police like the military, it's obscene
    And they're stalking the streets

    Rise up, united we stand, divided we fall
    Revolution calling

    Rise up, united we stand, divided we fall
    Revolution calling

    Torn inside
    We've fallen to another world
    Are we so cold
    And out of love?

    Keep on trying, hold the child
    Face is crying, changing times

    It's time to rise up, united we stand, divided we fall
    Revolution calling

    Rise up, united we stand, divided we fall
    Revolution calling

    (Rise up, we stand, we fall)
    (Revolution calling)

    (Rise up, we stand, we fall)
    (Revolution calling)Writer/s: Michael Wilton, Scott Rockenfield, Todd La Torre
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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