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This revelation is the death of ignorance
Tangled in a state of suffocation
Slave to self righteousness
Damnation is on your lips

From sorrow to serenity, the truth is absolution
From sorrow to serenity, it's on your head
This is my last serenade
I feel you as you fall away
This is my last serenade
From yourself you can't run away

It's your choice, point the finger
But it's on your head
Your destination is a choice within yourself
Will you rise or become a slave
To self righteousness
Open up your heart and gaze within

From sorrow to serenity, the truth is absolution
From sorrow to serenity, it's on your head
This is my last serenade
I feel you as you fall away
This is my last serenade
From yourself you can't run away



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    SLIPKNOT_FREAK666Apr 21, 2009 at 6:40 pm
    this song is fucking awsome i listen to it before every football, and wrestling matches i have and before i get into a fight lol

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