The Storm

from Clandestine Abuse by NORTHLESS

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lyrics

Enemies as we part
No use for this world
The dawn is not here
I'm drawn into the void
I turned my madness into you, and hid in plain sight
The memories can't take away the pain

The storm washes it away
The storm washes us away
The storm will wash us now and take away the pain

Up on the hill the fires still burn

Disgust, your visage is a joke
The image of shit fills the cracks within your face
Your mirrored and pathetic stares, upon your weakness I will feed
Behold as the wolf returns to pass, destroyer of redemption, slaughter of the sheep
No cause no beginning, these words that make me sick, you can choke on them now

I'm coming home
Sinking to the land beyond the graves
No coming back
I will disappear beneath the waves

And up on the hill I can see the heavens burn

Rejoice as the angels tear me down, trumpeting the hate that echoes for all time
Bastards in the flesh that you keep, if man were truly gods you would weep
I'd fall to my knees but I'll worship no slime
As the clouds part and the rain begins to fall, I will sink alone

You do it to your own kind, where your children cannot see
You do it because you hate, you're no better than us
You hide the failures you've made, channeled through abuse
Your ship can sink like ours, the eons will be your noose, you lose

I'm coming home
Sinking to the land beyond the graves
No coming back
I will disappear beneath the waves

You do it to your own kind, where your children cannot see
You do it because you hate, you're no better than us
You hide the failures you've made, channeled through abuse
Your ship can sink like ours, the eons will be your noose, you lose

credits

from Clandestine Abuse, track released March 15, 2011
Nicholas Elert- guitar
John Gleisner- drums
John Grant- bass
Erik Stenglein- guitar, vocals

Ben Davison performed guest backing vocals.

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