Born to Lose

Album: Reign Of Terror (2011)
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  • Heard you say suicide in your sleep
    Just get on with it you were born to lose
    Will you hang like the moon from a rope in your room
    Oh you long for it, you were born to lose

    Where did you go?
    (All I know)
    Where did you go?
    (You can't choose)
    Where did you go?
    (Here I go Born to lose)

    Took a shot to the head in the back near the crib
    Such a legend now you were born to lose
    Cause I know that the pain keeps you close to the flame
    You know everything you were born to lose

    Where did you go?
    (All I know)
    Where did you go?
    (You can't choose)
    Where did you go?
    (Here I go Born to lose) Writer/s: DEREK MILLER, SYDNEY ALEXIS KRAUSS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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