"Gasoline" as written by and Patrick John Judge Ryan Curtis Clark....
I thought about you
I thought about the ones that I forget
Oh please forgive me
I hope that I've not pushed you to the edge

Let me wash away the painful words I wrote
We can smother out the flames within my soul
No more standing by the way that I believe
We can smother out the flames

With gasoline

You break around me
You say that I should give my heart a rest
Let me wash away the painful words I wrote
We can smother out the flames within my soul
No more standing by the way that I believe
We can smother out the flames

With gasoline

We’ll watch these flames
Like a tower of dissent, choking out regret
Devouring light
An image of my soul, out of our control

Let me wash away the painful words I wrote
We can smother out the flames within my soul
No more standing by the way that I believe
We can smother out the flames

With gasoline


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"Gasoline" as written by Ryan Curtis Clark Patrick John Judge

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    Song MeaningBehind the Song:
    "I understand that my worldview is not going to be shared by everyone that listens to a Demon Hunter song. As a matter of fact, I write with the hope that this is the case. But apologizing for my beliefs is something that I won't do. This song is an admission of my often unpopular ideals, and a back-handed promise to snuff out whatever damage I may have caused with… you guessed it… gasoline." - Ryan Clark
    Nacilon June 05, 2017   Link

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