"There's Wolves Out There" as written by James Franklin Debardi, Joshua Patrick Carden, Tucker Gilbert Ensley, Travis Dean Moss and Clifford Brien Worsham....
Should we turn it out or maybe scream and shout?
My voice hasn't worked in days.
Been sippin' whiskey and sour.
Too much of the aftermath.
We'll all forget about it after this last drink.

Should we turn it up?
Your eyes are saying yes, your eyes are saying yes.
Should we turn it up?
Your eyes are saying yes, your eyes are saying yes.

Free fallin', free fallin' and I don't even know the day.

How long have we been out?
These days it's harder to count
And home seems so far away.
There's wolves after you now
And don't you dare turn around.
It will be the last thing that you see as teeth sink in.

Should we turn it up?
Your eyes are saying yes, your eyes are saying yes.
Should we turn it up?
Your eyes are saying yes, your eyes are saying yes.

Free fallin', free fallin' and I don't even know the day.

Let your mind slip away as we sing:
"Let it go, let it go, let it go, let it go, let it go."
[x3]

Let your mind slip away as we sing:
"Let it go, let it go, let it go."

Yeah, yeah. Let it go
[x3]

Yeah, yeah. I think we'll be alright.


Lyrics submitted by kaityangst

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