"Regime Change" as written by Bradley Michael Noah, Kevin Duane Young, Timothy Dwayne Barrett, Joey Seth Fife and Travis Wyrick....
Go build it up, tear it down
My finger in the strings connected to your hands
I dance the mockery
A theme of decadence
Now I am sinking in this violence
This time, emancipation is my right

This is what I want
For you to die
This is what I want
To be alive

Scene of complacency
An apathetic mind
But when it's brought to light
I see a king on a borrowed throne
Right now, the violence taking over
This time, regimes are changing in my mind

This is what I want
For you to die
This is what I want
To be alive

And I'm so sorry, my old friend
I'm leaving you tonight
So caught in this moment
The last breath of your life
So sorry

This is what I want
I'm sinking in this violence
For you to die
Emancipation is my right
This is what I want
The violence taking over
To be alive
Regimes are changing in my mind

So sorry
Try to understand
So sorry
Try to understand
So sorry
Understand
So sorry


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

"Regime Change" as written by Joey Seth Fife Bradley Michael Noah

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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