The End Is Where We Begin

Album: The End Is Where We Begin (2012)
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  • I'm an alien
    'Cause I'm not of this world
    I have a name
    but I've been changed, and now I can't stay the same
    and I'm a loser if that means I've been lost before
    but now I found it, I'm surrounded
    'Cause you can hear the way it sounded

    Like angels singing with a million voices

    The end is where we begin
    It's crawling back when
    We run away, run away
    'Cause the end is where we begin
    Where broken hearts mend
    and start to beat again
    The end is where we begin

    I'm a monster if that means I'm misunderstood
    'Cause its alive and I can't hide it
    The energy is rising
    and I'm a traitor if that means I've turned on myself
    I can't deny it, it's like a riot
    and I can't keep it quiet

    Like angels singing with a million voices

    The end is where we begin
    It's crawling back when
    We run away, run away
    'Cause the end is where we begin
    Where broken hearts mend
    and start to beat again
    The end is where we begin

    Hear me running
    Hear me running, running
    Hear me running, hear me running, ra-running
    Hear me running, hear me

    The end is where we begin
    It's crawling back when
    We run away, run away
    'Cause the end is where we begin
    Where broken hearts mend
    and start to beat again

    The end is where we begin
    It's crawling back when
    We run away, run away
    'Cause the end is where we begin
    Where broken hearts mend
    and start to beat again
    The end is where we begin Publisher: AMPLIFIED ADMINISTRATION
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