"The Lion" as written by Branden Galvin Langhals, John William Mcginty and Mark Robert Woodbridge....
I can feel the trees cowering from the rain
Like they never had seen it before
I can feel the fire burn for me with its rage
To never be extinguished by crossing paths with running water

My body's never felt this cold
It's like I'm losing touch yet gaining more control

I'm losing hope
With every step my bones are coming close
To falling off from skin that holds it close
I need the glue that pulls me back to you

If I was the flame, I'd burn the trees
To save them from the rain that's coming when this is over

My body's never felt this cold
It's like I'm losing touch yet gaining more control

I'm losing hope
With every step my bones are coming close
To falling off from skin that holds it close
I need the glue that pulls me back to you

My body's never felt this cold
It's like I'm losing touch yet gaining more control
My body's never felt this cold
It's like I'm losing touch, losing touch, losing touch

I'm losing hope
With every step my bones are coming close
To falling off from skin that holds it close
I need the glue that pulls me back to you




Lyrics submitted by fueledbytomothy

"The Lion" as written by John William Mcginty Branden Galvin Langhals

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Another Victory Publishing, Walt Disney Music Company

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