Lions Roar

Album: Young & Brave (2017)
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  • So long, we've felt hard our lack
    And furrows ran deep in our backs

    While fables scattered minds,
    And we saw faith flee and waters rise.

    And as the men we were, we lost our tongues and hearts.
    As the men we were, we forgot what's ours..

    Well I say 'no more'!

    When lions roar, into the sea.
    Drown out the lies that built up walls and made us small
    As lions roar into the sea
    We Come alive!

    Stay close oh brother and friend
    They'll see us split into Islands.

    Have we forgotten from where we have come?
    Who we are and what we have done, until now?

    And as the men we were, we lost our tongues and hearts.
    As the men we were, we forgot what's ours..

    I say 'no more'

    And as the men we were, we lost our tongues and hearts.
    As the men we were, we forgot what's ours. Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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