"Crossroads" as written by Blake Carney Allison and Joseph David Walser....
I’ve been down this road before
A slave to the man like a corporate whore
And I won’t do it anymore
I’ve seen things I’ve shouldn’t have seen
Sunk my head in the guillotine
But I won’t do it anymore

My broken past, my present pain
It won’t make me change
Because the future calls my name
And I will not rest until I’ve won this game
Because the future calls my name
Because the future calls my name

I look around and I see what’s wrong
You take away the money and the music’s gone
And I won’t take it anymore
You think the guy in the new tie knows
He’ll kiss your ass while he slits your throat
And I won’t do it anymore

My broken past, my present pain
It won’t make me change
Because the future calls my name
And I will not rest until I’ve won this game
Because the future calls my name
Because the future calls my name

My broken past, my present pain
It won’t make me change
Because the future calls my name
And I will not rest until I’ve won this game
Because the future calls my name


Lyrics submitted by MusicFREAK20, edited by sonicemerald

"Crossroads" as written by Joseph David Walser Blake Carney Allison

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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