The father to his son,
says you have to be weak to be strong
You have to be scared to be brave,
you have to know fear to be saved

The son to his father,
says I'm too scared to be a man
I'm too dumb to be a fool,
father help me understand
and he says

War war war,
war against your soul
Dig dig dig,
dig your coffin's hole
Everyone must face their demons
and now the turn is yours

Father what's it all about,
am I too in to get out
Am I too guilty to be free,
are the whole world sinners or just me

Son you've got the whole thing wrong,
the road is neither short nor long
The answer's neither white nor black,
and it weighs heavy on your back

Go go go,
go until you're old
Run run run,
run to catch your soul
Every man must learn to love his demon,
your demon's name is yours

War war war,
war against your soul
Dig dig dig,
dig your coffin's hole
Everyone must face their demons
and now the turn is yours


Lyrics submitted by jakeordie

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