"The River" taken from Wage War's debut album 'Blueprints.' Get the album now in stores & online.
Video by Graham Fielder.
Produced by Jeremy McKinnon and Andrew Wade.
Mixed by Andrew Wade.
Trust is dead, like everything else you said. Each word more meaningless than the next. Your lips and your lies have severed the ties. I don't deserve this and you don't deserve me.
I should've known but I doubted myself. Gave you every benefit of a doubt, I wanted no one else but I guess I wasn't enough for you.
Don't pretend like we can recover, when you chose the lust of another.
Where did I go wrong? I know I wasn't perfect but I certainly tried so hard. Was it a moment of weakness, or was it the thrill? Did you ache for a feeling, that you faked to feel?
Don't pretend like we can recover, when you chose the lust of another
I see your wandering eyes and second glances but I see through your lies no second chances
Cut me free, you'll never be what I need. I hope you choke on the words I was lead to believe. Like a puppet on your strings, control means everything.
And in my heart I want to forgive you. That doesn't mean I'll forget, you'll always be my regret.
Here's to a past I'll never need. No “here’s to you. Rest in peace."