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Suicide Silence – Eyes Sewn Shut lyrics

Sewing the eyes shut of the man who saw god
And ceasing the lies that spill from his jaw (2x)

He won't be able to hear where the screams are coming from (2x)
Sewing the eyes shut of the man who saw god
And ceasing the lies that spill form his jaw

It's just an endless abyss of pain and torment
And he will wonder where the screams are coming from
And how does he know
Their cries (2x)

Because it's your fucking flock heading to the butcher (2x)
As the tears began to burn like acid
As they spill from his eyes (2x)

Sewing the eyes shut of the man who saw god
And ceasing the lies that spill from his jaw
And as I toture and kill
The ones who followed him
In his lies (3x)
Followed him in his lies



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