"You're A Legend, Sir" as written by Michael Tyler Welsh, Nathan Edward Parrish, Andrew Michael Lane, Andrew Glen Rector, Christopher Daniel Walker, Jeremi Blake Mattern and Juan Manuel Lopez....
I'm going to crawl across the desert on my hands and knees
I'm going to drag my body across the sand
Because I've been hearing some rumors
About some awful plans that could save me

I will carry this on my back
Don't ever look down
Won't let it weigh me down

Now I'm face down on a hotel floor
They took the ground right from under me
I don't know if I can take much more or what they want from me
Because you give them all you got and all you have
But what they want is more than that
They write you off so eagerly
They eat you up so eagerly

I will carry this on my back
Don't, don't ever look down
Won't let it weigh me down
If I walk they won't hear a sound
My feet will never touch the groundBecause I am above this


Even with broken necks we won't rest while we got oxygen in our chests

And the voice I hear is lightning for my ears
Just fire for my fears
So keep on talking, keep on talking


Lyrics submitted by dondraper

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