Eyes of the Insane

Album: Christ Illusion (2006)
  • A soldier's heart
    Reflecting back at me
    I keep seeing mutilated faces
    Even in my dreams
    Distorted images
    Flashing rapidly
    Psychotically abusing me
    Devouring my brain

    The eyes of the insane
    On a demented campaign

    Tortured spirits
    Will not let me rest
    These thoughts of mutilated faces
    Completely possessed
    Fragmented images
    Flashing rapidly
    Psychotically abusing me
    Worming through my head

    Shell shock battle fatigue
    Overwhelming anxiety
    Flashbacks panic attacks
    Death raising its ugly face at me

    Got to make it stop
    Can't take it anymore
    The dead keep haunting me
    They just keep coming back for more

    The eyes of the insane
    On an demented campaign
    Flashbacks panic attacks
    Death raising his ugly face at me

    Got to make it stop
    Can't take it anymore
    Death's face keeps haunting me
    It just keeps coming back for more

    Got to make it stop
    Can't take it anymore
    Death's face keeps haunting me
    It just keeps coming back for more

    A soldier
    Of misfortune
    I owe my pain an suffering
    To this hell
    These demons
    Ripping through my soul
    Evil's relentless hostility
    Won't let me sleep

    Shell shop battle fatigue
    Devastating insanity
    Flashbacks panic attacks
    Death's riding he's coming for me Writer/s: DAVE LOMBARDO, JEFFERY JOHN HANNEMAN, TOMAS ENRIQUE ARAYA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Songtrust Ave
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