Wildfires

Album: Untitled (Black Is) (2020)
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  • Thief in the night
    Tell the truth
    White lives
    Spreading lies
    You should be ashamed
    The bloodshed on your hands
    Another man

    Take off your badge
    We all know it was murder
    Murder, murder
    Murder

    We are dying, it's the reason we are crying
    We are crying

    But we will never show fear
    Even in my eyes
    I will always rise
    In wildfires
    I ain't never been scared
    Even through my tears
    I will always care
    In wildfires

    But we will never show fear
    Even in my eyes
    I will always rise
    In wildfires
    I ain't never been scared
    Even through my tears
    I will always care
    In wildfires

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