"Save us (Old Version)" as written by William Pugh, Joseph Pepper, Ryan Roberts, Kevin Sanders and Nicolas Hudson....
Simple words we never knew,
The power behind what they put us through,
Now it's all begun, what it takes to make it real.
We're standing on the edge of this,
When our soul is gone, what will we miss?
We lost what it takes to really, really feel.

Better days behind us now,
We all need someone to tell us how
To save the state of where we are,
Its keeps demanding more and more and more.
Who will save us?
This can't go on, without the meaning in the rhyming.
Can you save, can you save us?
I can't go on out of rhythm with our time.

We hold this truth self evident,
The lies we used to represent
Who we are, because it was never meant to be.
And all the songs we used to sing, used to tell us everything.
Now were left with, all were left is memories.

But the better days behind us now.
We all need someone to tell us how
To save this state of where we are,
It keeps demanding more and more and more.
Who will save us?
This can't go on, without the meaning in the rhyming.
Can you save, can you save us?
I can't go on out of rhythm with our time.

Say the words, give it all the time you need.
Let it out, you'll say anything.
Say the words and make them count,
Say the words without a doubt.
Give us truth and nothing more,
Leave us wanting more and more.

Who will save us?
This can't go on, without the meaning in the rhyming.
Can you save, can you save us?
I can't go on, we're out of rhythm with our timing.
Can you save, can you save us?
I can't go on, without the meaning in the rhyming.
Can you save, you say you'll save us.
I can't go on, were out of rhythm with our time.


Lyrics submitted by aristuma21

"Save Us" as written by Kevin Sanders Joseph Pepper

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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