Identity Crisis

from Tales From 2814 by The Corps

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The things we do for love, an all too common refrain, but the ringing in my ears could never wash away your name,
and it takes more then a minute to hear that the screams are mine, and it takes all that I am to pull together just in time,

so happy birthday, surprise, you're dead, but if you're in my dreams tonight I'll never leave this bed,

take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints, but one small step was all it took to take you from my life, the question of who benefits, continues it irrelevance,when nothing in the present tense can bring me back my wife,

so happy birthday, surprise, you're dead, but if you're in my dreams tonight I'll never leave this bed, so happy birthday, surprise, you're dead, but if you're in my dreams tonight I'll never leave this bed,

did we stretch ourselves too thin, can't seem to wrap my head around it,but I know I'd go to any length to hold her in my arms,

and how do I begin to reach out and beg for her forgiveness, if only West could somehow take me back, I'd protect her from harm,

the asylum has fed again tonight, the world is a safer place, the Bat is blind, but in my mind, I can only see her face

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from Tales From 2814, released May 19, 2018

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As darkness slithered unnoticed into 2814 posing as music, few were aware of the ever dimming light. But there were four souls who saw through the lies. The gods they had served for years, still on the battlefield, will someday relent with pride and pass down the torch. These four will charge their rings and make a stand 'til the deaf hear the light. ... more

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