"All Or Nothing" as written by and Byron Mcmackin Zoltan E. Teglas....
Life, I was a lonely man
With my lead boots nailed to the floor
Dancing the best that I can
Sweets-took the pain away
I saw a cold death at the end of the line
So I started to pray
Up towards the sky but knew no one would answer me
I asked the trees why they
Grew toward the sun

I asked the clouds
And they rained down bad luck on me
Oh my god why hath thou forsaken me
I asked the teachers who taught me rules to obey
I asked the gaes and prophets through time

Came up nothing but
A hole where my faith had laid no
Reason, no rite, nothing feels fine tonight
Crime it was a price to pay

I found the hole world as guilty as I
It took the danger away
Hate-it was so easy to do
You just directed all your anger at fear
And then you follow it through
I went to churches and schools to decide for me

I went to prophets to plea for
My life. Went to my parents who gave
This dark life to me
I don't need to
I don't want to
I don't want to wonder why

If you don't want to
Hear my problems well you can fuck off and die
You do not know

Don't say you know
Give me some answers
For my life, now got some explaining to do
I've got to come up with solutions in time
Before my future is through
Hope - for my new promise today
Still I got this strange feeling that
Time is slowly slipping away

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"All or Nothing" as written by Byron Mcmackin Zoltan E. Teglas

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