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09. War

Runaways Deluxe Edition
by Sumerlin



 

Looking back on life
I can finally see why
Itís time to leave the past behind
Weíre called for something bigger
Start the race
Pull the trigger
Wake up and take control

Pre-chorus:
Itís you, itís you
Donít live to follow
Itís you, itís you
Be true to yourself
Itís you, itís you
Donít live in silence
Lay down your life of regrets

Chorus:
This is war
What are we fighting for
You said the threat was ever worth the rise and fall
This time
Weíre breaking down these walls
This is war

Looking back on life
I can finally see why
I am so tired of the same routines
Weíre the underdogs
Winís slim to none
But no giants can stand in our way

Feelings only show the outside when you donít believe
Will you believe now
As you scream for something more
But this life is not your own


 

 

 

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