"Heavy Games" as written by John Baldwin Gourley, Zachary Scott Carothers and Kyle O'quin....
A mother leaves behind a son who forgets her with a sunrise,
Brothers fighting not for love, or family but to survive,
When we can't help what we become, we become the only one,
But when we go we leave no one,
What will, I become,
What have, I become,

Power, it's an addictive love,
The followers of,
A final real taste of,
Power, you're an elusive one,
An appalling love,
So deep I can taste it

Like a father keeps his daughter sheltered from the evils outside,
He can't be the son whose father told the boy that everything is alright, anymore,
Oh anymore,
Power, it's an addictive love,
The followers of,
A final real taste of,
Power, you're an elusive one,
An appalling love,
So deep I can taste it

We're all just living,
We're all just living

In the end we're all just living, all our lives will be forgiven,
Heavy games we play, with this life, that we've been given
In the end we're all just living, all our lives will be forgiven,
Heavy games we play, with this life, that we've been given

We're all just living,
We're all just living, in the end
We're all just living, in the end
We're all just living


Lyrics submitted by tulipsareblue, edited by SephNite

"Heavy Games" as written by Kyle O'quin John Baldwin Gourley

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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