"The Lame Souls" as written by and Olivier Lucien Paul/buret Coursier....
The roads of youth are fading out of sight
I'll just have to remember what I’m not
Never let me doubt that I won't be trapped
The horses in my head, never will be tamed

The city eats you when you fall
But there you’ll find poetry
That reaches only the lame souls
Who falls on the road to be free

Before being a number, I’m a soul
Who tries to grip freedom off the hole
I hope I’ll grow wise, I’m still jeopardized
By all the smashing lights, blinding my lone eyes

The city eats you when you fall
But I’ve found the poetry
That reaches only the lame souls
Who falls on the road to be free

You try to walk with pride but time is on your back
No matter what you try, lights will turn into dark
The storm comes real fast, we should take the risk
Before wearing masks, to explore our dreams

The city eats you when you fall
But there you find the poetry
That reaches only the lame souls
Who falls on the road to be free


Lyrics submitted by Rmeena

"The Lame Souls" as written by Olivier Lucien Paul Coursier Oliver Lucien Paul Coursier

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., WARNER CHAPPELL MUSIC FRANCE

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