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Shot down I stood Withstood my neighbo hood I got it wrong But I could Follow love lest I learn It’s light To bring the light I fought with all my might With light Oh bring the light Light Bring the light I never felt so good and right But tonight You’ll never need another sound Oh bring the light Bring the light to me Here and gone oh I trust You’d spit upon my dust And mix my ash with your blood A son of God you know you must arrive In the light Bring the light Let’s bring the light Light Oh bring the light Light Bring the light It’s yours not mine If you just want to survive Go grab a glimpse of any star In heaven’s high I never felt so real and loved and alive No shadows follow me unsung In the light Bring the light to me A flower song, clear and bright Is it wrong in neon white To insist you are mine Standing dumb in the light Bring the light Oh bring the light Bring the light Light Bring the light I never felt so real and right and alive Don’t let them steal you from what’s yours by right Light Bring the light You know there comes a place and time You can’t deny With every movement shadows cast and align Bring the light Bring the light Bring the light Let’s bring the light Light Bring the light Bring the light Let’s bring the light Light Bring the light Bring the light Let’s bring the light Light Bring the light Bring the light Let’s bring the light Light

I don’t want to fight Every single night Everything I want is in your eyes You and me go back To places I don’t know to care The spoils of all I got were left for scraps Don’t let me say this But you’re no worse than me It’s crazy... We are the reatl If real ever was, and just because We are the real They feel we’ve had enough We are the real ‘Cause someone gave us up I want to be there when you’re happy I want to love you when you’re sad Can’t stand the morning rain? Get out, I’ll take your place then Can’t stand the blazing sun? Then close your eyes you’ll see The angel dust I don’t want to be Anything believed A million watts of sound can’t compare Come along you’ll see the world The pulse ripples, the crowd unfurls The currents starts to flow and then you’re on Oh it’s white hot soul they want To sing for... We are the real If real ever was, and just because We are the ruin Of every living soul We are surreal ‘Cause someone gave us up Don’t break the oath! I want to love you when you’re happy Don’t break the oath! I want to be there when you’re sad Freeze-frame the pouring rain We are the real As real as any ghost So easy now We are the real In every living soul Oh don’t they know Can’t stand the blazing sun? Can’t stand the morning rain? Get out, I’ll take your place again I don’t want to be alone Oh I don’t want to be alone Oh I don’t want to be alone at all If it’s a white hot soul they want... Then a black heart they’ll get

Is everyone afraid? Is everyone ashamed? They’re running towards their holes to find out Apocalyptic means are lose among our dead A message to our friends to get out There’s wages on this fear Oh so clear Depends on what you’ll pay to hear They’re bound to kill us all in whitewashed halls Their jackals lick their paws Please don’t stop it’s lonely at the top These lonely days when will they ever stop? This doomsday clock ticking in my heart Not broken I love life every day In eachand every way Kafka would be proud, to find out I’m certain of the end It’s the means that has me spooked It takes an unknown truth to get out I’m guessing I’m born free, silly me I was meant to beg from my knees Please don’t stop it’s lonelyat the top These lonely days when will they ever stop? This doomsday clock ticking in my heart These lonely days when will they ever stop? We gotta dig in Gas maskson Wait in the sunshine, all bug-eyed If this is living? Sakes alive! Well then they can’t win No one survives Is everyone afraid? You should be ashamed Apocalyptic screams mean nothing to the dead Kissing that ‘ol sun to know all there is Come on, last call You should want it all Ah, it’s lonely at the top These lonely days when will they ever stop This doomsday clock ticking in my heart These lonely days when will they ever stop This ticking in my heart Is everyone afraid?

I’m on the street yeah I want you I’m looking for myselfI’m gonna make it I’ll take it Like everybody else Belle of the fawning I’m yawning Sister can’t you spell Above suspicion Hey listen ! I’m digging my own hell‘Cause I want you bad, ah ‘Cause I want you badAnd without peer And without fear I’m without anyone at all I’m torn apart, decrying How unjust you are For busting My black heart ‘Cause you don’t want me no more But just you worry ‘Cause when they scratch-scratch my door You’ll hurry Ah 1, 2, 3 This gun is loaded, devoted you postulate the restRiding the seesaw There’s no law That I have ever met I’m just a flat punk On dead junk Riding a vanguard Cut from the vaunted I’m haunted, till death do us part ‘Cause I want you bad, ah ‘Cause I want you bad Fall in hate with me with one trick You will want it all The yeah-yeah tears The now and here The without anyone at all I’m torn without I’m crying out for doom ‘Cause you don’t want me no more But babe don’t worry ‘Cause when you scratch-scratch my door I’ll show you, either or? We are the lurking The panzersThe black as coal as night Stealing the stealthy And stellar Notice the yearlings The dead things The pretty as you please I am the regent, the marquis Sowing my bad seeds ‘Cause I want you bad, ah ‘Cause I want you bad Fall in hate with me with one trick you will want it all As St. Patrick pipes on!

Life is my weakness, Love is my soul, If nothing means no one, Can play all alone.If fear comes easy, I can lay down, Milk from a flower, Blood from a stone. So here we are, upon your stage, The lies we shared, The dreams we saved. We’re bleeding the orchid, We’re bleeding the orchid, We’re bleeding the orchid. Listen audience, Blessed my rose, As hate forms a sequence Of one by one. As freedom’s not easy, There’s so much to want, There’s clouds in my shower, Ghosts in my home. Do you miss where you were? They shall seal your shout. Bleeding the orchid. Bleeding the orchid. Bleeding the orchid. Guilty of this silent march, There’s triumph through love So they’ll shout, And all this will go on. We’ll have some trust, We’ll have some youth. Bleeding the orchid Bleeding the orchid, Here we are, Upon your stage The love we share, The dreams we’ll save. We’re bleeding the orchid We’re bleeding the orchid We’re bleeding the orchid We’re bleeding the orchid

C’mon let’s go I’ll find you waiting there Beyond their violence dared A light around your soul You could be my friend Lovely and different Crushing up the stars above us A guarantee to spoil our rot Tears were once my only way back home Someone speaks and instantly I’m cold C’mon let’s go C’mon let’s go Beyond the great unknown Beyond their punched-up skulls To die upon this road C’mon let’s go C’mon let’s go Anesthetized I’m hollow Playing to the dark back row C’mon let’s go Go C’mon let’s go Assimilate, it’s all been staged I’ve made mistakes, they penetrate They’re gonna take, it’s all the same They cannot wait, their love spells hate I wanna loveI wanna love I’m pushing back I’m serpentine I’m pushing back Lord save me With need Lord walk me home C’mon let’s go C’mon, c’mon let’s go Tears were once my only way back home Someone weeps and instantly I’m thrown C’mon let’s go C’mon let’s go Go C’mon let’s go.

Born of love and cast in light Don’t you know we cannot die We are stars We are stars We are We are stars We are The stars above, stars of grace Shining down what’s left of face You hurt so bad This knowing, this fallacy I want so much To follow as I lead For love I keep Silent I weep Dead suns rule dead air But heaven is everywhere Stars... Torn from god and flung towards night Don’t you want what I can’t fight We are stars We are We are stars We areWe are stars We are The stars that shine, stars that bleed Silver seeking destiny So follow please This hurts so muchThis knowing carries me We want so bad We forget we are free Spirit smile of Deep black diamond So rise the lost toys Island of white noise And purple haze We are stars We are stars We are stars What hurts so much Is knowing we are free

I want to live for God and country I want to give for God and country It’s too late for some It’s too late for what you’ve done I can’t help what I divide in you For God and country I’ll fight For God and country I’ll die For God and country My soul is so alive My soul is so alive Lay down your arms to me Lay down your arms for God and country I want to live where no one’s watching my way home I want to give until I’m bursting with unknown It’s too late for some It’s too late for everyon I can’t help what I destroy in you Well who needs this anymore C’mon make it so That when they build their cross of death You won’t build your own It’s time to wake up! It’s time to wake up for good I can’t help you though I should For God and country we’ll fight For God and country we’ll die For God and country My soul is so alive My soul is so alive Lay down your arms to me Lay down your arms for God and country You can’t deny God and country We’re fighting for our lives You can’t deny God and country Our souls are so aligned In this time of God and country We’ll take you on our side It’s all right My soul is so alive With God and night With God and country My soul is so alive

Tired eyes Closed for days There’s no regret Cause there’s no place I don’t know What I believe But if I feel safe What do I need A home A home A home Revolution Revolution Revolution blues What will they do Revolution Revolution Revolution blues What will they do to me What will they do to me What will they do to me What will they do to me Dulcet tongues Whisper fast The future yearns Right now’s the past Rouse me soon The end draws nigh Who’s side are you on Your blood you cannot buy Revolution Revolution Revolution blues What will they do Revolution Revolution Revolution blues What will they do to you Well I I feel alright So tonight I got to ask you why Why deny it It’s no surprise I’ve got to survive Freedom shines the light ahead I’ll lead the last charge to bed I said my last rights I don’t have to run scared no more Fight I wanna fight I wanna fight a revolution Tonight I wanna fight I wanna fight a revolution Tonight At the light At the light Do you wanna watch me die Let me be something good Let me prove something real like I should Let me embrace every single living thing Let me be every single moment I ever misunderstood

When I was born I lost When I was freed I fought Now that I’m loved I’m caught Between the rest and this tragic mess An invited guest Torn, broken and frayed Oh don’t we face War, sunshine and grace Oh won’t you stay For a while We can fail in style I can hold your smile For a while What was once new now gone What was once praised now wrong As they go, we can say we know But what do we know But warm sunshine and graves Don’t we see What’s bitter to taste Torn, broken and frayed Don’t we face War, sunshine and graves Won’t you stay ‘Cause I won’t tell I won’t tell a soul That I’m mad as hell Torn, broken and frayed I’m torn, broken and frayed No, I’m cold, worn out and shamed

All hands on deck Setting sail to get wrecked off course You make what you want of me I will keep you anyway Let’s fill these hours and kill desire Let’s fill these hours and kill desire I’m in touch with you Let’s kill these hours and fill desire Every turn is torture thought Every kicking of the drum I’ve seen the film I know the place I’m never lost There’s just one way across I’m never lost Headlights shoot north The ends of earth off course Of course If you think just right If you’ll love you’ll find Certain truths left behind All this is that once forgot A closing down of the gate But oh these hours I lost my place I’m never lost There’s just one way There’s no disgrace in failing me Let’s kill these hours and fill desire I’m in touch with you Let’s kill these hours and fill desire I’m in touch with you I’m in touch with you

They say that life ain’t easy They’ll say your life’s a crime Destroy up all good reason How I’m alive They’ll say that nothing matters Not even your will to survive Of course I love you baby Cause I’m alive Yes, I’m aliveWhenever I call you out Whenever I draw you round Whenever is here and now That’s the way my love isThat’s the way I care You should call on me baby I’m always there for you Yeah, I’m always there for you They’ll say you’ll lose your nerve soon To claim identity Disgrace our sacred promise With no belief Oh, how I believe in you That’s the way my love is for you That’s the way my love is for you I feel a coming age now I feel a dawn in me A certain sun keeps rising On my belief in you That’s the way my love is That’s the way I care You should call on me baby Cause I’m always there for you That’s the way my love is That’s the way I care You should call on me baby ‘Cause I’m always there for you Yeah, I’m always there for you

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