Fallen

Album: Fallen (2015)
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  • You were filled with pride because you were so beautiful
    Your wisdom was corrupted for the sake of your splendor
    You were cast down to the ground, exposed before the kings
    Deceiver of the world, you know you'll always be the great pretender

    Now you're fallen, fallen, fallen

    You used to be so blameless from the day you came to be
    Unrighteousness, it reared its evil face inside of you
    You were once anointed, when you walked, the music played
    Like lighting from the sky, you were forever thrown from heaven, too

    Now you're fallen, fallen, fallen
    The end is calling, calling, fallen

    Now you're fallen, fallen, fallen
    The end is calling, calling, fallen Writer/s: Michael Sweet
    Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp.
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