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The Dear Hunter – This Beautiful Life lyrics
One foot, then the other
Such embarrassment
It wasn't meant that
I, I should discover
Such offensive things
The suffering since

Hoped to the ground
But I really never had enough
They've got pride in him
This tide turns lives over

A back-town prophecy
Adorned in stony skin
We never ever [never ever]
Ever had to like to move ahead
But here in oblivion
We cling to what we can
So in the end [in the end]
We can say that with these hands
We took it all back
It all back

So let us force a smile
And pretend that we're alive
Oh, but somewhere
None of this happened
The bullets removed themselves
Life is beautiful
I have a home above the lake where I could

Forget the words to the songs that we've heard
The passages read all the names in a world
That have brought us this pain
From the wounds we've sustained
A cold calloused heart
Sitting still in this cave of a chest
So abandon a life from before
A boy and his innocence.
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Songwriters: CASEY BLUE CRESCENZO
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