All That Remains


Of this world, we are all that remains,
Desolation claimed all that we knew.
By his own hands did mankind undo
What he for centuries worked to gain.

Across rugged and baron terrain,
Ruins are by seered shadows of the dead imbued.
Of this world, we are all that remains,
Desolation claimed all that we knew.

Broken and bruised and by blood stained,
We will go hand in hand just us two,
Away from the chaos and corpses strew,
To a place where we can leave behind our pain.
Of this world, we are all that remains.

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