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Abandoned Aequitas a Noctem. It started with the nightmares Proceeded with the demon days This war torn land Swallowed by hell's flames All the death has hardened my heart And my rage has tore us all apart My brothers-in arms, brothers no more Deceived by Chaos, I'm his unholy whore Pre-Chorus: But where are you, the one that I love?
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Forced to wander these barren fields alone Cast off by all I love, no place to call home I feel the darkness burning in my soul Overcome with apathy, my heart is a hole They still think that it's too late For me to change I can't help the blackened blood Flowing through my veins Possessed by the enemy, I am no Cain I don't kill my brothers, it's not my aim Please help me god, I am all alone They're turned their backs on me when I need them most Pre-Chorus Chorus Chorus It's over And hopeless The war for my mind Has left me soulless Look out behind you I'm coming for you all I'll take my revenge From grace I will fall.
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