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Fighting Fire With Fallen Branches lyrics

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At The Onset – Fighting Fire With Fallen Branches lyrics

This is what it means to hurt
This is what it means to bleed
Now here's my revenge
My innocence
Are you too blind to notice all the pain you're causing
You're misdirecting all your hate you're slowly losing feeling
Hollow broken pieces shattered
And now we're so alike
We all have problems lurking in our lives
I won't give in to all your threats
Even though you think you're tough
You won't stop spitting lies until you've had enough
So now you see all the pain you're causing everyone around you
Everyone can see that you're running from the fire
You won't face your demons
You're denying everything
Can you feel
Can you feel
Now you notice all the pain you're pushing onto me
You're running from the fire
You're denying everything
Just sit back and look what you've done
In your heart you know it's true
Just sit back and look what you've done
I'm so much stronger than you
Just sit back
Just sit back
And I'll show you strength

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