Songs of the METAL CHURCH

In Due Time – Metal Church

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I’m trapped in the pressure cooker when will I ever learn While my world has reached the boiling Point of of no return Don’t light a match near me

Metal Church – Metal Church

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Many, many years ago on a distant shore Men did gather secretly beyond a hidden door They travelled long and travelled far Darkness through the night Yes, this is

A Subtle War – Metal Church

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I wonder why that meeting eyes could put your life on hold Do people feel humanity is something of the past? A kind hello, a favor done, these days

Betrayed – Metal Church

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I’ve been waking up shaking, and the bottles are gone What will I do with my day, and how will I get along I need a replacement for the

In The Blood – Metal Church

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Just the pain has worn me down Don’t play me far ahead Living quiet, fighting for some time Your gonna see one day Your not listening now You haven’t

Little Boy – Metal Church

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From a blue sky falling? Father, I’m frightened, what will happen if it falls again? Will you be there to shelter me? The little dot that falls, a little

Method To Your Madness – Metal Church

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Please let us at them, Goes the barrack room cry, I’m glad I’m not going. I’m not dying to die. I’ve got all my medals Survived sneak attacks It’s

Hypnotized – Metal Church

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‘Cause I’ve been working, all night long for centuries Bloody Mary, the drink of choice for those who dabble In the nightlife, a well dressed beast with savoir-faire Great

Anthem Of The Estranged – Metal Church

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Starved for destination, a beggar man by trade A desperate man needs more than someone else to blame Friendless he appears, he hides behind his tears For things he’s

Gods Of Second Chance – Metal Church

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In his mind confusion, nothing but delusion, thinking he was better off dead No one to be his savior, from the vises he made Voices callin’ to him, left