"Trophy Widow" as written by Robert Caggiano, Scott Ian, Joe Trohman, Keith Buckley and Andy Hurley....
I choose not to coax darkness
Nor will I strike up a match
I’ll be perched in the front seat
Awaiting my lover to crash
And when the end of the world arrives
I welcome a new beginning

My first kiss of death

Two widows become one under the lights
The fire will drive us all into the night

Separate lives
To chain and bind me to another world
Can’t move on
Without you
Stopping me
Hollow eyes
That’s why we fight it to the full
Can’t move on
Without you
Stopping me

You choose eight maids of honour
I’ll pick the pride of nice men
When our preachers preach the word
Only the light will bear witness

State your sins

Two widows become one under the lights
The fire will drive us all into the night

Separate lives
You chain and bind me to another world
Can’t move on
Without you
Stopping me
Hollow eyes
That’s why we fight it to the full
Can’t move on
Without you
Stopping me

Blinding light meets fire
We’re caught in the middle
Laugh as the gates come down
We’re not safe just yet
But we might be a little more than halfway out

Separate lives
You chain and bind me to another world
Can’t move on
Without you
Stopping me
Hollow eyes
That’s why we fight it to the full
Can’t move on
Without you
Stopping me

Separate lives
You chain and bind me to another world
Can’t move on
Without you
Stopping me
Hollow eyes
That’s why we fight it to the full
Can’t move on
Without you
Stopping me


Lyrics submitted by eoghan89

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