"Scared to Death" as written by and Christopher Frank Carter James Michael Carroll....
I see a dog lying dead on the street
covered in blood and fire.
I see the men tying rope round its feet,
watching the flames growing higher.
And I see a dog crying out in a howl,
cursing a dying farewell.
I watch the men as they laugh out loud,
maybe I'll see them in hell.

Bring down the hammer.
And shatter the bones.
Chain up the shackles.
Throw weight on their souls.
I am beaten down, tired and torn.
But I will weather the storm.
It all is fair in love and war.
And I am a soldier in both.

I see a dog trying to escape.
Crawling across the ground.
I watch the men as they break his legs
and they beat him down.
And I see a dog crying out in a howl,
cursing a dying farewell.
I watch the men as they laugh out loud,
maybe I'll see them in hell.

Bring down the hammer.
And shatter the bones.
Chain up the shackles.
Throw weight on their souls.
I am beaten down, tired and torn.
But I will weather the storm.
It all is fair in love and war.
And I am a soldier in both.

Bring down the hammer.
And shatter the bones.
Chain up the shackles.
Throw weight on their souls.
I am beaten down, tired and torn.
But I will weather the storm.
It all is fair in love and war.
And I am a soldier in both.


Lyrics submitted by Logicalrust, edited by baleu

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