Oblivion

Album: Hot Streak (2015)
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  • Came to me in the middle of the darkest night
    I don't know if I was screaming or I got to hide
    All my demons are closer
    Lying blind but my eyes are open wide
    From the darkness, to the light, to the place I die
    Wake me up when it's over

    I am off the edge and now I am somewhere in oblivion
    And my walls are breaking through
    Out of my head and now I am somewhere in oblivion
    All because of you

    Came to me, find the shadows to reset my mind
    Right me up now I fell like I'm doing time
    And I don't know her

    I am off the edge and now I am somewhere in oblivion
    And my walls are breaking through
    Out of my head and now I am somewhere in oblivion
    All because of you

    I am off the edge and now I am somewhere in oblivion
    And my walls are breaking through
    Out of my head and now I am somewhere in oblivion
    All because of you Writer/s: BILLY SHEEHAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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