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DELAIN - Masters Of Destiny | LYRICS

I, I curse the morning star
And I, I curse the moonlit sky

I traced the stars and mapped them all and to my misery
Each single light up in the sky all pointed back to me
I can't escape my destiny
I can't escape

Like a deer, still as stone, on the road
As headlights approach

All the things we've said and done
All the things we have become
All the things we've said and done
We've said and done, we've said and done

Used to be sure that
It's me who sleeps, but can it be
Somewhere there's a life
That dreams of me

Used to be sure that
I roll the dice, but can it be
Is playing me

All the things we've said and done
All the things we have become
All the things we've said and done
We've said and done, we've said and done

Hold on
Chance is cruel but there's no one else
Keeping you down
If you don't bow to its will

I am the dreamer
I roll the dice and I'm alive
My hands aren't tied

We are the dreamers
We roll the dice, we're alive
We'll always be
Masters of destiny

Like a deer, brick to bone, on the road
Flesh picked on by crows

All the things we have become
All the things we've said and done
We've said and done
All the things we've said and done
All the things we have become
All the things we've said and done
We've said and done

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