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Avenged Sevenfold - Crossroads Lyrics


I've been traveling for so long

So lost till I stumbled upon

Two roads in front of me

I had to take my time
To the right I could see a church

I took a step in that direction first

But to the left there was a watering hole

Where they were whiskey drunk

Now that's where I wanna be

I fly to the edges of it all
If I was perfect

Then this would be easy

Either roads plausible

On both I could drown

I walk through center

With no rules to guide me

I realize it's difficult

But now I can see
There's gotta be another way to go

A way that's much more feasible

A combination of all these lies,

A central path without choosing a side
I make decisions one at a time

And no I never say I'm always right

I'm confident that when I stand on my own

You'll see the truest form of a man

when I'm shining through

I fly to the edges of it all
If I was perfect

Then this would be easy

Either roads plausible

On both I could drown

I walk through center

With no rules to guide me

I realize it's difficult

But now I can see
Oh, I hear them now

All the religious rhymes

(Anger I see)

(Anger I see)

(Anger I see now)
The left isn't better

It's just more of the same

Condemning all these people

For what they believe
I climb to the top

of their mountain again

No one is gonna see me this way

And the closer to the top I get

The more they can gain

But I'm not you
I may not be perfect

But I've always been true

I may not be worthy

In your eyes

Climbed up from the bottom

For the last time

The last one the last one

The last time
If I was perfect

Then this would be easy

Either roads plausible

On both I could drown

I walk through center

With no rules to guide me

I realize it's difficult

But now I can see





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Songwriters: James Sullivan, Matthew Sanders, Zachary Baker, Jonathan Seward, Brian Jr. Haner