Radical Change

Album: Cauterize (2015)
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  • Please just one more chance, I've just failed again
    Question everything, never understand
    Point blank guilt today, pride just dies away
    Won't do that again, please don't ask me when

    It's a radical change
    Standing alone
    Feeling the weight of the whole world
    Defenseless again
    Standing alone
    Turning my back on the whole world

    All life disarray, prospects fall away
    All that was at stake, all that I could take

    It's a radical change
    Standing alone
    Feeling the weight of the whole world
    Defenseless again
    Standing alone
    Turning my back on the whole world

    I know this time
    The change will last forever, forever

    It's a radical change
    Standing alone
    Feeling the weight of the whole world
    Defenseless again
    Standing alone
    Turning my back on the whole world

    (Radical change
    It's a radical change) Writer/s: Mark T. Tremonti
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