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Who bears the mark?
Is it burned in your flesh?
On this boundless night, black as coal.
I reckon you learn
As your father once did.
There's no one to blame except for him.

I'll take your place, and you take mine.
I'll be the flame; you be the cinder.
Oh, Would that fit right.

Who bears the mark?
Well, I could hazard a guess
On this boundless night down the road.
Arrive 4:21
To the Watauga line.
I've been here before; it's been a while.
Take the parkway to King.
Left down the street.
There's a lonely house I came to see.

One more time, call me I'm desperate.
Ask when do I work next.
Can I cover your shift?
One more drive out through the foothills.
Someone who wants me dead.
I wish I never had known.


Lyrics submitted by cjlindman, edited by shwamantha

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