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Take what's mine song lyrics - The Parlor Mob music

The Parlor Mob Take whats mine lyrics
  • track 9 of 12, total running time
  • album Dogs
  • released in 2011
  • produced by
  • record label
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Take what's mine lyrics

Let us sing of mother nature
And of the fire on the hill
Another arrow through the ages
Let it bend beyond their will
And to the vultures who employ us
Let their evils be in vain
And let the wolves that would destroy us
Live forever in the rain

If we can't change something
We're not going to survive
there's the war outside
And I'm not going to give up
I'm going to take what's mine
Feel a fire coming on
It's just a matter of time

When freedom's just a phrase
Cause the ends don't ever meet
We got to break the ties that bind us
And these shackles on our feet
Through the seeds of our misfortune
And our characters of pain
Let the wolves that would destroy us live
Forever in the rain

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check here the lyrics for Take what's mine, the 9th song of the 12 recorded for the album Dogs, with a total running time of , by The Parlor Mob. It was released on via , and produced by .
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