"The War" as written by Josh Osborne, Zachery Miller Crowell and Matthew Jenkins....
Who won the war of you and me? Sometimes it's hard to say. It seems the story's changing everyday.
I guess it's nothing new to me to carry on the flame. Everything was lost as she walks away.

I guess there's no one out there. Impatient insecurities guided by no faith, tossed and turned and lost and tucked away.
It never meant a thing to me, moving on this way. Everything was lost as she walks away.

Holding on to nothing when there's nothing but me. I feel something burning, something turning in me.
I close my eyes. Is there anybody out there but me?

Don't build the coffin until it dies. I'm not a martyr anyway. Bound from the rings beneath your eyes.
There's really nothing more to say.

Hey there little boy, what have you learned today?


Lyrics submitted by angelnevaeh

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