My Ruin - Through The Wound Lyrics

My Ruin Through The Wound lyrics is the 10th song on the album "Throat Full Of Heart" by My Ruin. The "Through The Wound" lyrics by My Ruin are displayed below.
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Through The Wound by My Ruin

Late at night I watch as the sun comes up - the break of day is not enough, was I really dead!

And I remember how I felt this time last year - wonder will it disappear somethings gotta give...



Is it better to defeat this monster - be secure in the silence or to be devoured, devoured!

And when I stand before you at the end of this...

Will I have enough guts to love those little slices of my death!

Never let of that fiery sadness... never let go of that fiery sadness!

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And I would rather have eyes that can't see, ears that can't hear -

Lips that can't speak... than a heart which no longer can beat...

This strange melancholy pervades me at which I hesitate to give the grave that beautiful name of... my life!


On the other side of the scars - the way out is through the wound!

On the other side of the scars - the way out is through the wound!


Courage doesn't always roar, sometimes courage is that little voice at the end of the day that says... I'll try again tomorrow...

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