24 Hours

  • Salty skin on my body
    Sweated pores like rain
    I can feel the attack
    But I'm known to pain
    The cold is creeping in
    And it chills my veins
    I've got one more minute, twenty four hours to go

    No redemption in my heart
    No illusions owned for start
    What I did I cant take back
    There's no use in wishing that
    The bell is ringing now
    And the clock counts down
    I got one more minute, twenty four hours to go

    Angels wont help me now
    This fate is all mine
    Darkness is fading out
    And so is my time

    Hear the footsteps at my door
    I don't struggle anymore
    As I take my final breath
    I don't feel what lies ahead
    I'm leaving to a place
    Where ill see your face
    I had one more minute, twenty four hours ago

    One more minute, twenty four hours agoWriter/s: IYIOLA BABLOLA, LISA GREENE, TOM JONES, DARREN LEWIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Songtrust Ave
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