The Ego's Last Stand

Album: Embryonic (2009)
  • One, two, three, four,
    Oh, tender, once you see their faces
    Oh, they're just like us
    Tending their wants
    Standing in their places
    Oh, their ego is crushed

    The only way out
    Is to destroy all traces
    Oh, destroy yourself
    There's no way back
    There's complete devastation
    Oh, there's no way out
    There's no way out
    How can you destroy your ego?
    Would you believe it?
    There's no way out
    How can I kill your ego?
    Would you still believe it?

    Oh, the red one's come
    Don't shadow changes
    Oh, the sparrow looks up
    Red spots on the sun
    Is there evil in nature?
    Oh, the eagles spread claws
    An invisible cloud
    Makes invisible changes
    Oh, an ant takes the crown
    A man holds a gun
    There's no explanation
    Oh, he shoots at the sun Writer/s: WAYNE MICHAEL COYNE, STEVEN GREGORY DROZD, MICHAEL LEE IVINS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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