"Grave Concern" as written by and John A. Collins Jonathan R. Coghill....
Somebody screaming that the end is nigh
Never seen nobody with hopes so high
Uneasy feeling creeping up on me
Justify a weary trinity
And I can hardly contain my joy
Let me hear just a little bit more
Will its release ever set me free
Creepy feeling easing up on me
And I'm covered in a shroud of mediocrity
No entry to the place where answers lie
It's a language unavailable to you and I
And I can hardly contain my joy
Let me hear just a little bit more
Will its release ever set me free
Does it devour everything I believe
Every fear and superstition I breed
I can hardly contain my
Sliding now - goodbye hesitation and doubt
Sliding down - down the hollow that swallows the rules that I follow
Is there a turnaround?
Will the spirit rise from a corpse that's been rotten' in the ground?
Sliding down - goodbye hesitation and doubt
Sliding down - down the hollow that swallows the rules that I follow
Is there a turnaround?
Will the spirit rise from a corpse that's been rotten' in the ground?


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"Grave Concern" as written by Darren Stuart Middleton Bernard Joseph Fanning

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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