"Fear" as written by and James/moates Fukai....
There is madness
In the tremor beneath my skin
In the sweat running down my back
In the breath that I'm holding in
While I tense for the next attack

I try to ride it out, but its taking its toll
I try to hide from it, but it knows where to go
I try to fight it, but it scares me so

The fear is solid, the fear is real
Fear is the only thing I feel
Fear and frustration will be my degradation
And it's fear you see driving you away from me

There is something
That I can't put my finger on
At the edge of my consciousness

And it stays with me dusk till dawn
What it is I can only guess

How can I beat it down, when I can't fight what I can't see?
I have to kill it before it kills me
I have to find out how strong I can be

The fear is solid, the fear is real
Fear is the only thing I feel
Fear and frustration will be my degradation
And it's fear you see driving you away from me

The fear is solid, the fear is real
Fear is the only thing I feel
Fear and frustration will be my degradation
And it's fear you see driving you away from me

Honey, baby, it's not so bad
Easy to say when you've never had
This hanging over your head

The fear is solid, the fear is real
Fear is the only thing I feel
Fear and frustration will be my degradation
And it's fear you see driving you away from me
(Driving you away, away, away,)

The fear is solid, the fear is real
Fear is the only thing I feel
Fear and frustration will be my degradation
And it's fear you see driving you away from me

The fear is solid, the fear is real


Lyrics submitted by ThatWeirdGirl

"Fear" as written by Jason Singleton James Fukai

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