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Strike Anywhere – First Will And Testament lyrics

Every september I always remember
To sing to your headstone
And hear you sing back
Wait for the day
Work for the day
How could I forget the world you showed me
Courage and brilliance curiosity
Wait for the day
Work for the day
Too many watery eyes in protest
For a brighter age
All the while I'll shine in this song
Even when my body's gone
Too many watery eyes in protest
For a brighter age
All the while you shine in this song
Even when your body's gone
I'll hear you sing back
Wait for the day
Work for the day

Now every september I always remember
To sing to your headstone and hear you sing back
Wait for the day
Work for the day
Too many watery eyes in protest
For a brighter age
All the while I'll shine in this song
Even when your body's gone
Too many watery eyes in protest
For a brighter age
All the while you'll shine in this song
Even when your body's gone

Beyond time and place
In your footstep's trace
When we close our eyes
And we see your face
Beyond the days
Your art and voice are missed
Beyond sentiment
Every word is bond
Beyond memory
When these days are gone
I'll carry you in my heart and soul and fist
I promise now
Through the days
Every smile's memorial
Every time
We raise a glass to your name
It's your energy flows through me
I promise you
I will walk
With my heart still open
Courage spoken loud
I put my song on the track
To hear you sing back



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/strike_anywhere/first_will_and_testament.html

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