Gravity Lies
by Red

Album: Of Beauty And Rage (2015)
  • Take it away, I never thought I'd let it grow
    This cancer inside, the villain plays the victim so well
    Make me believe, I drink the lies, this suicide
    Just put me to sleep, fall over me

    Lies, lies, lies
    I taste the
    Lies, lies, lies

    Fight, while I'm alive
    I see you now
    No less than light
    Break, you're falling away
    Gravity lies
    I feel it die
    Gravity dies

    Buried alive, an innocence cannot withstand this
    Language of lies, to poison all the words you swallow
    Wait for the scream, you realize it's all a lie
    And still you betray, I'll throw you away

    Lies, lies, lies
    I drink the
    Lies, lies, lies

    Fight, while I'm alive
    I see you now
    No less than light
    Break, you're falling away
    Gravity lies
    I feel it die
    Gravity dies

    Fight, while I'm alive
    I see you now
    No less than light
    Break, you're falling away
    Gravity lies
    I feel it die

    Fight, while I'm alive
    I see you now
    No less than light
    Break, you're falling away
    Gravity lies
    I feel it die
    Gravity dies
    I feel you now
    Gravity lies
    I feel it die
    Your gravity dies Writer/s: Anthony Armstrong, Mike Barnes, Randy Armstrong, Robert Douglas Graves
    Publisher: POSITION MUSIC INC.
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