Wolves

by Days To Come

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You grab my neck and you pull me under. I can not breathe when you drag me down. How many times have I given to you. With nothing to show, you use and abuse.
You reach around and you steal my heart. Threw it away right from the start. How many times have I given to you. With nothing to show, you use and abuse.
Stop using my name. I'm through playing games. Stop using my name.
Stop using my name. I'm through playing games. Stop using my name.
Fall apart again (we fall apart again). Love has died my friend (the love has died).
Fall apart again (we fall apart again). Love has died my friend (the love has died).
Throw me to the wolves and fade into the night.
Empty words and too many secrets dull the pain that you were wrong for me. How many times have I given to you. With nothing to show, you use and abuse.
Stop using my name. I'm through playing games. Stop using my name.
Stop using my name. I'm through playing games. Stop using my name.
Fall apart again (we fall apart again). Love has died my friend (the love has died).
Fall apart again (we fall apart again). Love has died my friend (the love has died).
Throw me to the wolves and fade into the night.
Fall apart again. Love has died my friend. Fall apart. Fall apart again.
Fall apart again (we fall apart again). Love has died my friend (the love has died).
Fall apart again (we fall apart again). Love has died my friend (the love has died).
Fall apart again (we fall apart again). Love has died my friend (the love has died).
Fall apart again (we fall apart again). Love has died my friend (the love has died).
Throw me to the wolves and fade into the night.

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released June 7, 2019
Mix/Master: Earthsound Recording
Artwork: Justin Goodson
Written by: Justin Goodson & Brandon Rix

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Days To Come Albany, Georgia

Blending pop-styled vocal melodies with heavier, intricate instrumentation, the Georgia based hard rock band Days To Come works tirelessly at taking their brand of positivity as far as it can go. Striving for professionalism & honesty, DTC focuses on solid songwriting & high energy live shows as well as growing & maintaining their fan-base by interacting via social networking. ... more

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