Protest The Hero - Bury The Hatchet song lyrics

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Well place your justice in my palm
and then I'll make a fist
And punch your grimaced face
until every knuckle breaks
And bleeds in resistance to my sidewalk painting

A mangled body twitching and regaining consciousness and closure
Attempting composure before a bullet
in the mouth answers the questions of exposure
And God of Sunday School façades
and paycheques to validate the time I served abroad
(We will say it all means nothing) if I forget why I'm here
To serve and protect my fist over fist
mind under matter career

That's why this sounds kind of funny
when he falls to his knees
With his hand on his throat while he begs you to please (spare his life)
Falls to his knees (when he falls to his knees)
Falls to his knees (With his hand on his throat while he begs you to please)

Oh all of this ask for change (change)
While I explain the hardest of bodies dulls the softest of knives

When I hold up his head and carve X's in his eyes
When I hold up his head and carve X's in his eyes
and carve X's in his eyes

I swear I have compassion
I've just been trained to disregard the prisoner's life
Because I am the prison guard

I swear I have compassion
I've just been trained to disregard the prisoner's life
Because I am the prison guard


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Bury The Hatchet lyrics

Kezia album songs

1. No Stars Over Bethlehem
2. Heretics & Killers
3. Divinity Within
4. Bury The Hatchet
5. Nautical
6. Blindfolds Aside
7. She Who Mars The Skin Of Gods
8. Turn Soonest To The Sea
9. The Divine Suicide Of K
10. A Plateful Of Our Dead
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check here the lyrics for Bury The Hatchet, the 4th song of the 10 recorded for the album Kezia, with a total running time of , by Protest The Hero. It was released on via , and produced by .