Watch You Crawl
by Red

Album: Until We Have Faces (2011)
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  • You put my back against the wall
    Watching, waiting
    You never thought I'd this far
    Beneath your skin
    I watched you swim with all your lies
    That pulled you under
    And as you wait for my demise
    I'm just getting stronger

    Learning who you really are
    And nothing can save you

    I will fight until the end
    Get ready to collide
    And I will watch you fall again
    I'll bury you alive
    You try to bring me to my knees
    Trying to take it all
    Now I will stand and watch you crawl

    I'll put you back where you belong
    Hopeless, fading
    And I will rise while you become the monster you have fed
    I'll let you drown in your despair
    And now nothing can save you

    I will fight until the end
    Get ready to collide
    And I will watch you fall again
    I'll bury you alive
    You try to bring me to my knees
    Trying to take it all
    Now I will stand and watch you crawl

    I'm still here
    Now I watch you beg

    I will fight until the end
    Get ready to collide
    And I will watch you fall again
    I'll bury you alive
    You try to bring me to my knees
    Trying to take it all
    Now I will stand and watch you crawl Writer/s: CLINT LOWRY, JASEN RYAN RAUCH, JOSEPH ROBERT RICKARD, ROBERT DOUGLAS III GRAVES
    Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp., BMG Rights Management, O/B/O CAPASSO, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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