Lech

Album: .5: The Gray Chapter (2014)
  • I know why Judas wept, motherfucker

    The fires burn on the summit
    Shining a light on the ones I've killed
    Survivor's guilt - undetermined
    I could murder the world in all the blood I've spilled

    Banishment
    Still question the conquered
    To hell with your intelligence
    Just figure out your common sense

    No one is bulletproof

    And I'll eat the skins of my brothers
    Yellow pastor bones will make a perfect wall
    Gonna fill in the cracks of these feelings
    With every terrible piece or maybe nothing at all

    Selfishness
    Take granted for everything
    What more could you ask for?
    It doesn't matter anymore

    No one is bulletproof

    Can you feel the cold?
    Fortune never favors the old
    Tired of defending myself
    Go complain to somebody else
    Somebody else

    The masses and your manners
    Are the voices in your head
    They're smashing out your windows
    That you worked for beneath your bed
    You live right fucking 'neath it
    So you'll die like thanking gods
    In between the voices and the pure
    'Cause masses have the charm

    Nine for sure

    And I have only sand inside of me
    It's a rotting sick that I don't need
    To pene-vent your interro-gration
    I can believe I'm saying this
    I'll live with my regrets
    I'll die by my decisions
    I'm not your fucking superstar
    Keep it closed, you're going way too far

    No one is bulletproof
    Bulletproof
    No one is bulletproof
    Bulletproof
    No one is bulletproof
    Bulletproof Writer/s: COREY TAYLOR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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