"The Spell" as written by Brian Eugene Nagan, John Davis Waltmann and Connor Jordan Kelly....
It was simple play
watching the time stop,
unconcious to accept the fact it was ending.
So, "here's to another year of looking up, kid."
And watching what I cherish turn to the bottle.
It all disappears.
It disappears.
In a matter of seconds, I'm born again.

Where's the reward when my strength keeps slipping?
Yeah, to believe in this fight that we started.
You don't call and you don't write and you don't care,
well thank god there's so much life left to live.

Our luck's not pulling through,
the world starts to spin
on these fails attempts,
to make up for all our lost time
and hoping by morning all your problems are solved.

Where's the reward when my strength keeps slipping?
Yeah, to believe in this fight that we started.
You don't call and you don't write and you don't care,
well thank god there's so much life left to live.

I've packed my bags before and I don't want to do it again.
That's not how I want to be remembered,
but I wont ask you to try.

Where's the reward when my strength keeps slipping?
Yeah, to believe in this fight that we started.
You don't call and you don't write and you don't care,
well thank god there's so much life left to live.

You don't call, you don't write, you don't call, you don't care.
You don't call and you don't write and I don't care.
Thank god there's so much life left to live.


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