"The Leaper" as written by Wesley James Blaylock, Justin Weis Froning, Kelsey Grant Harelson, Laura Beth Hudson and Andrew Gordon Moore....
I'm telling you son
It's been a long time coming
I don't want to take anything away from you
It'll just be a little while
If that's alright
How can I place every piece together
When I don't want to face
All the things I put you through
If you can't see me in this way
Then that's alright

So I'll leap from the edge
Knowing nothing of the fall
How much time do we have before the end
As the world rushes in
I'm compelled to look back home
And I'm finally conscious of how this began
The beginning of a lifetime
In the chains of the leaper's end

I cover my face
And I swear I won't go for another taste
It's the poison in my mouth
And I think I don't go back, I can't go wrong

So I'll leap from the edge
Knowing nothing of the fall
How much time do we have before the end
As the world rushes in
I'm compelled to look back home
And I'm finally conscious of how this began
The beginning of a lifetime
In the chains of the leaper's end

So I'll leap from the edge
Knowing nothing of the fall
How much time do we have before the end
As the world rushes in
I'm compelled to look back home
And I'm finally conscious of how this began
The beginning of a lifetime
In the chains of the leaper's end


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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