"Ten Year Librarian" as written by Dana William Filloon, Joel Munguia Reynolds, Mike Repasch-nieves and Joseph Edward Mcateer....
Working through the night, waiting for a sign
As I sacrifice, under candle light
Books bury the room, the comforts of a tomb
I'll rewrite everything that we knew
Obsession takes my life, as the years they pass me by
I grow tired, as day breaks into night

The more I perfect, the more blood I shed
Because the better we are, the harder we starve
I am confined to scorn my life
Because the better we are, the farther we'll go to scar

We are so curious... We are the fault in all we know

I am so consumed...
And it just kills me when I'm out of the room
I cannot give up, it's almost done!
I'm just waiting for a sign from above...

War fares, blood shared...
Do you notice? We forget
We're born of the same design, but there is a great divide
The force of the lore, the fate we ignore
Born with a blinded eye, we are designed to find
The source of the soul, the faith they withhold
My life is not mine, I gave it to the world
It's closing in... My battle begins!
And now it's my time to show all
The true wrath of god, the past we forgot
And I will shine light for all...
Bound to the signs above


Lyrics submitted by Glappkontakt

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