Music Monday: Let Me Live My Life by Saint Asonia

Music Monday is a meme that was created by Drew from The Tattooed Book Geek. You pick a song and/or video and share it on Monday.

Thoughts and other ramblings

One of the best news last week was that Saint Asonia finally went back to the studio to record their second album. For those who don’t know: Saint Asonia was founded by Adam Gontier, ex lead singer of Three Days Grace and Mike Mushok from Staind. I loved their debuting album, and honestly can’t wait to get my hands on some new music.

Today I picked Let Me Live My Life because… I don’t know. A few days ago I was listening to it in the morning and it stuck with me. Besides this always has been one of my favorites from their album.

Lyrics

I am scared of the face in the mirror
All the cracks in the glass, getting clearer
I always overthink make it so hard
On no one else but myself

Let me live my life
I can go get my knife
Or I can pull out the one that you stuck in my back
For my suffering, you’ve got nothing to gain
My pain is your entertainment

I feel the fear in my head, it’s so heavy
Holding down both my hands to keep them steady
When I stop shaking, everything’s so easy
On myself, no one else so

Let me live my life
I can go get my knife
Or I can pull out the one that you stuck in my back
For my suffering, you’ve got nothing to gain
My pain is your entertainment

Let me live my life
I can go get my knife
Or I can pull out the one that you stuck in my back
For my suffering, you’ve got nothing to gain
My pain is your entertainment

Let me live my life
I can go get my knife
Or I can pull out the one that you stuck in my back
For my suffering, you’ve got nothing to gain
My pain is your entertainment

Let me live my life and pull out the knife
You know, the one that you stuck in my back
The one that you stuck in my back

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