"Those Days Are Gone" as written by Christopher Dowd and John Norwood Fisher....
When you're alone
Can't find your way out of the maze
Life is ablaze
And you're right there in the flames

Is this pain
Are we sane
And who has established these claims?
While we all try to refrain

I had a dream once there was a wall inside my head
You all had put it there

We lived a life once we felt together as one
And now those days are gone

We fled that place there was a beast kept there
He was mighty and strong and his name was jealousy
We all laughed we felt we would rise above with our unity, our unity

But later on that day he came back to say
That I have a friend and his name is envy

We toppled many lives, we're like a mighty hurricane
We bring destruction, and we cause descension


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"Those Days Are Gone" as written by John Norwood Fisher Christopher Dowd

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