"Falling Down" as written by Scott Russo, Robert Brewer, Steven Morris, Wade T. Youman and John P. Bell....
I watched the sun as it deceased across the desert sky
I break the lies before they die inside the public eye
The enemy of human life protects the youth in children
For without them there is no air to breathe
You'll soon forget about the differences that come between us
And until then I will be
Falling down

I stop to ask a question no one wants to wonder why
I guess they're so content they know enough to get them by
It seems that time has given life another chance tomorrow
The sounds we bring are for the world to sing
If you believe what lies ahead is only in the future
Whi stays unsees you can't see
Falling down

The enemy of human life protects the youth in children
For without them there is no air to breathe
You'll soon forget about the differences that come between us
And until then I will be
Falling down


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Falling Down" as written by Eric Anthony Appapoulay Benjamin Paul Ballance-drew

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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