"An Ode To Death" as written by and Adam Peter Weston Ian Lewis Kenny....
Tell me how far would you go
Would you take the life of another
Will you be the one to say no
Forgive and forget when you die my love

Never will I see the sun again

Leave it, just leave it alone
Your picking the scab off another
We're digging the dirt to expose
The answers to all that we do not know

Never will I see the sun again
Never will I see the sun again

Where were you Monday
Where were you Monday

I was not missing I was dead

Its simple believe it or not
Its easy to play out the ignorant
The fever that burns in us all
The price that you pay when you die my love

Never will I see the sun again
Never will I see the sun again

Where were you Monday?
Where were you Monday?

I was not missing I was dead

Never will I see the sun again
Never will I see the sun again
Where were you Monday?
Where were you Monday?

I was not missing I was dead

You know I killed them all
You know I killed them all
You know I killed them all
You know I killed them all


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"An Ode To Death" as written by Adam Peter Weston Adam John Spark

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