Brace for the hit
Is it too late?
Did you wait un-discouraged?
You didn't think

Condescending
Was your thick skin cut too deep?
Stop pretending
Bow your head
Accept your fate

You've come so far
Don't hesitate

[Chorus]
You lost your faith
You know, you know
You lost your faith
You know, you know
You lost your faith
Am I hitting on something you hate?
You lost your faith
You know

Did they stick it in your face?
Drag you down and humilate
Did you change?
Try too hard, overcompensate?
Social reject
Was it always like this?
Did you infect?
Bow your head
Accept your fate

You've come so far
Don't hesitate

[Chorus]

Are you lost undecided?
With the more that I say
I will say this to you one more time
Don't you know that you're bothering me

You've come so far
Don't hesitate

[Chorus]


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Lost Your Faith Lyrics as written by Daniel J. Richardson Corey French Lowery

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    Songs about losing your faith i guess lol. But why has noboby commented on the best stereomud song????? But seriously....This is there best heavy song hands down, anybody who disagrees with me is a friggen fruitcake that doesnt know rock.

    GREAT SONG

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