Dividing by Zero

Album: Days Go By (2012)
  • Oh take me higher, all the way to the sun
    Down to the wire, fighting's only begun

    It's closing in on you, it's closing in on you
    Run from the fire raining down on you
    It's closing in on you, it's closing in on you
    Oh, and no way out oh oh

    I will persevere, I will resist you here
    I will interfere
    I'm not the only son, my will will be done
    A dissent begun

    It's closing in on you, closing in on you
    Run from the fire raining down on you
    It's closing in on you, closing in on you
    Oh, and no way out

    Gonna make it through, I'm gonna make it through
    Divide by zero like a wrecking crew
    It's closing in on you, it's closing in on you
    Oh, and no way out oh oh

    Oh take me higher, all the way to the sun
    I will persevere, I will resist you here
    I will interfere

    It's closing in on you, it's closing in on you
    Run from the fire raining down on you
    It's closing in on you, it's closing in on you
    Oh, and no way out oh, oh

    Gonna make it through, I'm gonna make it through
    Divide by zero like a wrecking crew
    It's closing in on you, it's closing in on you
    Oh, and no way out oh oh Writer/s: BRYAN HOLLAND
    Publisher: Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
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