State Of My Head

Album: Threat To Survival (2015)
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  • That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    It's been a long bumpy ride sittin' back in the saddle
    It's time to get down, dirty up our knees in the battle
    Come on, round up the boys, gonna make the walls rattle

    Oh, our flag is tattered
    And our bones are shattered
    But it doesn't matter
    'Cause we're movin' forward

    Round 'em up, round 'em up, let's go
    Round 'em up, let's go

    Oh, my eyes are seein' red
    Double vision from the blood we've shed
    The only way I'm leavin' is dead
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    They don't know, where we've been
    We got that concrete street skin
    The only way I'm leavin' is dead
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    We've been shot up, beat up by the fallin' of the arrows (arrows, arrows, arrows)
    Yeah, I'm full of deep cuts right down to the marrow
    But there's no doubt we'll get out from the bottom of the barrel

    Oh, our flag is tattered
    And my bones are shattered
    But it doesn't matter
    'Cause we're movin' forward

    Round 'em up, round 'em up, let's go
    Round 'em up, let's go

    Oh, my eyes are seein' red
    Double vision from the blood we've shed
    The only way I'm leavin' is dead
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    They don't know, where we've been
    We got that concrete street skin
    The only way I'm leavin' is dead
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    Can you hear me now, can you hear me now
    I'm comin' back for more
    Do you feel me now, do you feel me now
    I'm breakin' down your door

    I'm not speakin' under my breath
    'Cause the harder you push, the rougher I get
    'Cause I'm not shakin', when the earth starts quakin'
    Got my own foundation with no hesitation and the

    Oh, my eyes are seein' red
    Double vision from the blood we've shed
    The only way I'm leavin' is dead
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    They don't know, where we've been
    We got that concrete street skin
    The only way I'm leavin' is dead
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head

    The only way I'm leavin' is dead
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head
    The only way I'm leavin' is dead
    That's the state of my, state of my, state of my head Writer/s: BRENT SMITH, CARLO CHRISTIAN COLASACCO, ETHAN THOMPSON, JAYSON DEZUZIO, PETER NAPPI
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Tom Ashcraft from Winter Haven Florida I always thought the song State of my Head was about a soldier in battle.
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