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The unraveling


by Rise Against. Buy album CD: The Unraveling


and all these things that we tie together
keep unraveling apart
and the light that used to burn so bright
now is dark
with anger-laced intent we set fire
to the bridges that remain
and they're wading thru the current now.


and they drown in the flood of the tears
that have been wept
and i scream to the sky
"no, you are not alone..."


if you think that you're words will ever make a difference
think again and carry on
because the weight behind the hand that holds us is strong
but there is hope in the roar of a thousand pleading cries
and all these things that we tie together


the sound of their tongues being bitten
is all I hear
as we fire at the whites of theirs eyes then
dance on ashes of the world


as they drown in the flood of the tears
that have been wept
and their tongues being bitten
is all that I can hear
as I scream to the sky,
"I need you now..."


can you feel this truth now unraveling?
or will you chase the burning sun
into the sea.



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Album: The Unraveling (2001) Lyrics
cd Buy "The Unraveling" CD
  1. Alive and well
  2. My life inside your heart
  3. Great awakening
  4. Six ways 'til sunday
  5. 401 kill
  6. The art of losing
  7. Remains of summer memories
  8. The unraveling
  9. Reception fades
  10. Stained glass and marble
  11. Everchanging
  12. Sometimes selling out is giving up
  13. 3 day weekend
  14. 1000 good intentions
  15. Weight of time
  16. Faint resemblance

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