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Exiled From Eden – Ascent lyrics

Why do I keep descending
When I have come unchained?
An era of pain has passed
I can't keep hesitating

I will shatter the walls
And the chains that bind me are gone
I will conquer the halls
And the thoughts that used to be wrong
Will be shown in the light of dawn
A breath of soul reborn

Break free from your shell
Break free from your Hell

We won't remain in here forever
Even the world we know is mortal
Fight it, against the inevitable
These scars are proof that at least we tried

I will banish them all
And the lies shall bewitch no more
I will answer the call
And the armor that is withdrawn
Will be burned with the prison doors
A flesh of soul reborn

I will leave behind the darkened shackles
I will look ahead to the thousand shallows

Why do I keep descending
When I have come unchained?
An era of pain has passed
I can't keep hesitating
From the depths of darkness
He rises, purified
The shadows guiding his way
This time he's in control

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