"Key To The World" as written by Brian Eugene Nagan, John Davis Waltmann and Connor Jordan Kelly....
You're never finished
running circles around me.
The outline is everything I've become.
Maybe for once consider the thought of someone else.
Just keep digging it deeper to hide yourself from the sun.

Four hundred and thirteen miles to go
and I can't wait to see you again.
It's so hard to think that one day this will have to end.
Got the key to the world,
I walk up the stairs and through the dark to your bedroom door.
Does it feel, yeah it feels like I'm telling a story.
I don't want to go out like this.

If you believe in me that changes everything.
Forgive me, forgive my memory and don't open your mouth.
It feels like we just got here.
This war is hell, this war is hell
and my brain is so tired from carrying your weight,
when you go, you go,
you go to that place and ya never come back.

Four hundred and thirteen miles to go
and I can't wait to see you again.
It's so hard to think that one day this will all have to end.
Got the key to the world,
I walk up the stairs and through the dark to your bedroom door.
Does it feel, yeah it feels like I'm telling a story.
I don't want to go out like this.

Four hundred and thirteen miles to go
and you don't ever want to see me again.
When you go, you go, you go to that place and ya never come back.
Forgive me, forgive my memory.
This war is hell.
This war is hell.


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