"Pledge Wore Thin" as written by and Christopher James Wollard Charles Allen Ragan....
Got to get gone like a bat on a mission
Out of this hell, not enough sedition
Give them all you got
You better believe they'll walk all over you
Leaving smoke and ashes
Burning up faith with their "fine intentions"
A "noble cause" can bend as fast as the law

Your pledge wore thin
Now we're all in

Got to get gone, get stable, steady
I'd rather walk slow than run with a cut throat
Give them all you got
You better believe they'll talk about you breaking skin on your back
It's just a little dagger
It's just a little blade, right?
But there'll be more, and they don't bend at all

Your pledge wore thin
Now we're all in
Your pledge wore thin, and now we're all in
And time must mend, and truth must win
And we're all ears

Savor fever
Savor the sin
Bleed for lessons, and don't stop to fall into sanctimony
A self-righteous story
Condemned and surely holier than thou
While screaming freedom
Far, far away from the truth condition

Your pledge wore thin
Now we're all in
Your pledge wore thin, and now we're all in
And time must mend, and truth must win
And we're all ears


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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