Live To Rise

Album: The Avengers Soundtrack (2012)
  • What if all you understand
    Could fit into the center of our hand
    Then you found it wasn't you
    Who held the sum of everything you knew

    We're insane but not alone
    We hold on
    And let go

    Like the sun, we will live to rise
    Like the sun, we will live and die
    And then ignite again
    Like the sun, we will live to rise (oh yeah)

    What if the one thing that I missed
    Was everything I need to pass the test
    And if I fail, what happens then?
    Can I still count on you as a friend?

    We're insane but not alone
    We hold on
    And let go

    Like the sun, we will live to rise
    Like the sun, we will live and die
    And then ignite again
    Like the sun, we will live to rise
    (Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah)

    Like the sun, we will live to rise
    Like the sun, we will live and die
    And then ignite again

    Like the sun, we will live to rise
    Like the sun, we will live and die
    And then ignite again
    Like the sun, we will live to rise
    (Oh yeah, oh yeah) Writer/s: Chris Cornell
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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