"Aphrodite-The Disillusionaire" as written by David Edison Bunton, Andrew Joseph Barrette, Joshua Michael Childers and Eric Allan Koruschak....
Bring it down, ruiner
She is the weight on his chest
Between sorrow and sin
She is the best he ever was
But he never left her, he just let her down

Get off the ropes
She can't kick you if she don't know you're down
Gather yourself
Might be a mess, but you're bigger than doubt

Disillusionaire
Remember the teeth behind the goddess smile
Pale horse breathe the air
And always death not far behind
So breathe
Just breathe

Gather yourself, clear your head
Cause if she ever let you loose she'd have a reason to beg
She is the best you never were
So if she wants a war, give her all that you've got

Get off the ropes
She can't kick you if she don't know you're down
Gather yourself
Might be a mess, but you're bigger than doubt

Disillusionaire
Remember the teeth behind the goddess smile
Pale horse breathe the air
And always death not far behind
So breathe
Just breathe
And get off the ropes


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