"The Mourning Aftermath" as written by David Proctor, Kevin Matthews, Steven Nixon, Stephen Gildea and Christopher Lavery....
Waking in floods of sweat, vision returning, my hearts in overdrive.
I sink so low that hell is heaven,
The high is gone I must escape this inner loathing that is my captor.
Without my piece I have fallen to my knees.
Temptation to seek you out.
Fight for what I am.
Nowhere to hide.

I will not accept this downfall,
I will cure myself I'm reaching for the strength to break you,
Reaching for the strength to beat you,
Fall onto my sword.

Run with the light of an angel's wing,
I'll question unity,
I'll suffer no more pain,
Without you born to be a king and with the strength of warriors of old.
And I shall accept this war within,
Arise against temptation,
I will rise as the morning aftermath attacks,
I am no victim, Arise.

No life should be controlled,
I will not be the victim of another chemical war.
I am the lord of my life, my fate is shaped by me.
Your call is getting weaker, my will shall always grow.
Erase the misery, look to the future,
Fell no pain, sculpt my effigy,
Control my destiny, live my own life, Free.

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"The Mourning Aftermath" as written by David Proctor Christopher Lavery

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