It's a chilling silence
The kind that comes when the passengers of a falling plane
Come to terms with their fate
We'd say our prayers if we knew them
Mother of this burning wreck, this silent night
This worthless scream, this shallow grave

We dig graves between sidelines
And bury who we've been trying to become our entire lives
So now who am I
Who am I
So now who am I
Just another sinner, another saint
Someone there when you get lonely
Our heroes aren't who they used to be
They're just men
Depressed like we'll be
And it's high time I take off this face to see who I am

We'll never let these dreams die
You're not supposed to think this much about matters like these
Just smile and shake their hand
Accept your degree
We won't all change the world, will we
And I can't get this god damned heart to beat
Oh no

We dig graves between sidelines
And bury who we've been trying to become our entire lives
So now who am I
Who am I

We'll never let these dreams die


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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