Battering Ram

Album: Battering Ram (2015)
  • Come worship at the metal church
    Let your voices rise as one
    Stand before the barricades
    Prepare yourself for what's to come
    These walls will resonate tonight
    To the sound of screaming hordes

    Decibels will rise above to fill this concert hall
    Are you ready to begin then let the hammer fall
    Like a battering ram
    Like a battering ram
    Like a battering ram

    These walls will turn to dust tonight
    Long before the aftershock
    Foundations crack the buildings shake
    Reverberating pounding rock
    Through the smoke you hear the sound
    The sound of metal striking steel

    Do you feel adrenaline
    Racing through your heart
    Take it up to overload
    Let's tear this place apart
    Like a battering ram
    Like a battering ram
    Like a battering ram

    Let our voices fill the hall
    Like we've never done before
    Let me hear your battle call
    Oh oh oh let me hear your battle call
    Oh oh oh let me hear you one and all

    Welcome to the house of steel
    This is where we stand or fall
    Capturing the atmosphere
    Trapped inside these hallowed halls
    We stand inside this metal church
    Together now we are reborn

    Decibels will rise above
    Breaking down the walls
    Crank it up to overload
    Watch the hammer fall
    Like a battering ram
    (Like a battering ram)
    Battering ram Writer/s: PETERY ROONEY BYFORD, TIMOTHY CARTER
    Publisher: CARLIN AMERICA INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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