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Cybin Grey – The Finale lyrics

[Verse 1]
All of my thoughts lie in the old mans journal.
But it makes me cry when I think I'll just Desert them.
The man outside heard the inner child say
It needs you to, lean On!

[Chorus]
In my final hour, if I'm a coward,
Be the courage I need to...
Climb that final tower,
Be the purest powder,
Be the air that I breath in..
Be my shining flower,
My purest water.

[Verse 2]
Maybe I have taken it too far.
Maybe I'm not Being Fair.
Maybe I have fallen in love.
The question I fear is will you be there to, lean on!

[Chorus]
In my final hour, if I'm a coward,
Be the courage I need to...
Climb that final tower, the purest powder
Be the air that I breath, in..
Be my Dying flower
My pure white powder,
Be the air that I breath

[Verse3]
You say it doesn't matter don't think about it.
Its all becoming clear.
Its you I fear, if your not there.
To lean on...

[Chorus]
In my final hour, if I'm a coward, be the courage I need to...
Climb that final tower, the purest powder
Be the air that I breath, in..
Be my Dying flower
My pure white powder,
Be the air that I breath.
In my final hour, if I'm a coward, be the courage I need



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