I came from the coast
Holding in the fire
Bestowed in constant hollow bones
My brother sleep
I know every move you make
I’ve come to take you home

I'm barefoot running through the trees
Not letting you beside me
I'm bleeding through these walls you built for me
I found out where I'm suppose to be

Settle the current
It’s not any truth to claim the name you bare
Somewhere below the roots
I will not rest where the dead men go
I won’t claim defeat
Not to the hangman nor the beast
(We were made for this; our blood blended, to craft the mountain, To give back what God had paid.)

I'm barefoot running through the trees
Not letting you beside me
I'm bleeding through these walls you built for me
I found out where I'm suppose to be

I watch as you cave in, as you cave in
(I could never stunt that path, crafting out a single plan
Scraping through the dirt, giving all I had in worth
Plains were changed in endless youth
But not a brother, not to you
Far from blood, I ever proved
Far from blood, I ever proved)


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