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Azrael – Behind The Mask lyrics

You can't see me,
'Cause I'm a man of one thousand faces
Sun and shadow Night and day
They are all back to back
Alone again, 'cause I never understand what you mean
Jesus Christ, a believer is not always helped out

We are demanded many faces in world of insanity
Get a means to live before you fall

You can see it
The world is making progress day after day
But human souls are growing wild,
Worse and worse

Betrayers get close to me with traps ordinarily
Guard it by yourself by many masks

We have to be just like an actor to deceive them
You may lock at me such a face

Don't be tripped you up

*Behind the mask Where do you take it off
Where do you change?
Faces behind the mask
We can't live without them

**Behind the mask When do you wear it on
When do you change?
Faces behind the mask living in faceless world

—-— solo --—

We want to know the back of others just like an audience of comedy
Selfish speculation
But it's not usually right
Nobody knows it
*Repeat
When you think my eyes like fire, it may be raining in my heart
When look tears in your eyes. In fact, you may laugh
**Repeat



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/a/azrael/behind_the_mask.html

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