Sarcastrophe

Album: .5: The Gray Chapter (2014)
  • Wallow in the winter of it
    Discover what you truly covet
    Underneath and far above it
    You slither in all kinds of shit
    How could you forget about it?
    Did you think you could minimize?
    This is the age of consent
    You'll get a day in the sun before I kill your fucking lights
    Burn up in your atmosphere
    Burn up in your utmost fear
    Desecrate your temples
    Only hell and hate remain
    Don't look for crows to scatter
    Prepare for judgment day

    We are kill gods
    The kings are falling down
    Can I find a way to get there?
    Bury your head in the ground
    Will you falsify for your fair share?
    When it's done, it's done
    Plus negative one
    It's everybody's guess but the apathy won
    Will you come testify in the court of myopic opinion
    Or will you settle for oblivion?

    We are kill gods

    We, we make the world worth saving
    Are, are you prepared to believe?
    Kill, kill everything that kills you
    Gods, live long and die for me

    Rape crutch and sick in the middle of an evidence bag that'll never obey
    All these years spent hiding all the bodies
    I can never be sure but I remember the graves!

    We are kill gods
    We, we make the world worth saving
    Are, are you prepared to believe?
    Kill, kill everything that kills you
    Gods live long and die for me

    Live long and die for me
    Live long and die for me Writer/s: COREY TAYLOR, JAMES ROOT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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