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Lindsey Buckingham – Dancing

Pour little raven has it lost his way
Pass what she can, but she can’t seem to pray
All those who loves her, just wasted away
Dancing
Dancing

Love & surrender have all been gone
Hope disappears but the memory lives on
All those who loves her just wait for the dawn
Dancing
Dancing

In this world where no one wants to know
How will we get along?
We’ll see the girl with no place to go
This is her song

Promises, promises already bend
Emptiness goes where sublime needs to mend
Business and murder and go hand in hand
Dancing
Dancing

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Lindsey Buckingham – Santa Rosa

I walked that west side road
We build our home with heart and soul
Oh, no, I can’t let it go, I can’t
Now you want to leave it behind
Looking for something you won’t find
Oh, no, this can’t be so, I can’t

Chorus:
If you go, if you go to Santa Rosa
If you go, if you go to Santa Rosa
If you go, if you go
I hope nobody knows you
If you go, if you go to Santa Rosa
If you go, if you go to Santa Rosa
If you go, if you go
That world is gonna close you.

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Lindsey Buckingham – Power Down

Lies, lies are the only thing that keeps us alive
Time isn’t the one that’s on your side

Chorus:
Woke up one day and then tears were [?]
I called your name, but no one’s listening
Power down, power down
Power down.

Far, far in between these woods I meant
You said you’re beginning, where’s my end?

Chorus:
Woke up one day and then tears were [?]
I called your name, but no one’s listening
Power down, power down
Power down.

It’s now or never, it’s neat
It’s now or never, it’s neat
Remember all we might forget

You wait in the dark to see the light
I stumble to see if you’re alright

Chorus:
Woke up one day and then tears were [?]
I called your name, but no one’s listening
Power down, power down
Power down.

Power down, power down
Power down.

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Lindsey Buckingham – Blue Light

Is it too much, or not enough?
If you win or lose it’s all the same.

Chorus:
Sometimes our hearts may break
And we might lose our sight
When candle lights burning with original sin
We can never ever ever give in
Sometimes our hearts may break
And we might lose our sight
But we’ll never ever never ever ever give in
To the house, to the house of blue lights

Oooh oh oooh oooh
Oooh oh oooh oooh

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Lindsey Buckingham – Time

Some people run
Some people cry
Some people don’t even
Move at all
Some roads lead home
Some roads lead back
Some roads are barring white
[?] in filthy black

Chorus:
Time, oh time
Where do you go?
Time, oh good good time
Where did you go?

Some people [?]
Some never can
Some people never die
And some never live
Some folks treat me mean
Some treat me kind
Most folks just go and wait
Don’t pay me any mind.

Chorus:
Time, oh time
Where do you go?
Time, oh good good time
Where did you go?

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Lindsey Buckingham – Blind Love

You feel it but you never give it to me
You steal love when you’re looking right through me
The last at keeps on looking at the door
I wait and wait, but I can’t wait out anymore.

Chorus:
Blind love, show me your soul
If you’ve been lying to me
I’ve got to know
Blind love, open your hands
If you’ve playing a part
I got to understand.

I rock on just as if I really knew you
I talk on the way it means a little to you

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Lindsey Buckingham – Swan Song

It’s another night
Has the queen lost her sight?
If she hesitates, she contemplates
She says it’s lame
and that the future’s looking bright

Chorus:
But it’s alright to keep me waiting
Is alright to make me hold out so long
Yeah, it’s alright to keep me waiting
In the shadow of our swan song

It’s another fight
Has the queen dim the lights?
It’s far too late, and in the rage
It’s up to fate
It always ends up black and white

Chorus:
But it’s alright to keep me waiting
Is alright to make me hold out so long
Yeah, it’s alright to keep me waiting
In the shadow of our swan song

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Ja Rule Use Eminem To Respond To 50 Cent Saying He Destroyed Murder Inc.

Ja Rule and 50 Cent are going at it on social media and somehow Eminem got tossed in the middle of their beef.

It’s time to buckle in as it seems the two-decade-old beef between veterans Ja Rule and 50 Cent is in full swing once again. In the 90s, the two had an all-out war, with many fans agreeing that Fifty took the bragging rights in that one. Still, many are divided as to who has the better catalog between the two.

In the 2000s, they also had some clashes, some of which were of a physical nature. However, for the last few years, there hasn’t been any major animosity between the two. In the time that they haven’t had any real confrontations, 50 Cent has taken that time to hone his trolling skills while Ja Rule moved more into the business side of music.

Now it looks like the beef might be back on following Ja Rule’s Verzuz battle against Fat Joe last night, September 14, at Madison Square Garden. As hip-hop fans wondered what 50 Cent’s reaction to the event was considering the history between the two, Irv Gotti got involved.

In the comment section of the live stream, Gotti took it upon himself to try and silence Fifty fans. “All y’all talking that 50 sh*t. All good. He got beat up stabbed up. Shot up. And sued us. That’s all I’m gonna say. Your hero ain’t what you think he is. Period. And Facts,” he posted.

Of course, that was going to elicit a remark from the master troll himself as Fifty replied early this morning. “Wtf am i trending for, I said i ain’t doing whatever that shit is they doing. I put they whole label out of business, f*ck with me if you want to. I would stay out of my way if i wasn’t me. LOL,” he said. His fans know that there is no backing down from war once he’s been called out and that Fifty is more than willing to go the distance if needed.

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It looks like Ja Rule isn’t backing down either as he called into the Big Tigger Morning Show and to give his two cents. His take on it is that there would be no 50 Cent anyway, without Eminem. Ja Rule also seems to be taking the comments more personally as he stated that it goes beyond rap.

“I’m fighting a real fight! And then, on top of it all, come on man, I’m battling seventeen rappers. It ain’t like I was just battling [50 Cent]. He likes to throw his hat on it like he was the guy, man, stop. Eminem made you, created you. You’re nothing without that f***ing white boy. Stop it!” he added.

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Beenie Man, Romeich & Dexta Daps Slams Floyd Green Over Illegal Party

Dancehall artistes and other members of the Jamaican entertainment industry are reacting to the scandal engulfing Jamaica’s Agriculture Minister Floyd Green, who was caught on video guffawing and toasting to a No Movement day cheers.

Jamaica’s population was locked in their homes and not allowed to leave per the Prime Minister’s Andrew Holness’ directive as the island battles high numbers of the Covid-19 virus.

No Movement was directed for Sunday- Tuesday, but Green and his colleagues- KSAMC Councillor Andrew Bellamy, Green’s advisor Gabrielle Hylton, a leading member of the Jamaica Labour Party’s Women arm were seen in a video celebrating Hylton’s birthday at the R Hotel in Kingston.

More than a dozen people could be seen in the video without masks as bottles of Rose and food were served while persons in the video shouted “Shower Labourite” and cheering to No Movement Day.

The video went viral early Tuesday evening as Jamaicans prepared to come out of lockdown- many who have complained that the weeks of no movement day is threatening to kill their businesses while others who earn informally cry out to the Government as they cannot earn income and cannot support their families.

The video caused any to express outrage at the blatant disrespect – a slap in the face of Jamaican people who are sacrificing by complying with the No Movement day orders while the minster and his cronies breach the DRMA.

Among those reacting to the behavior of Green and Bellamy and others are supporters of both men, as well as critics who called for punishment and for them to be fined and charged under the Disaster Risk Management Act for the breaches.

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Many online drew inference from the Green situation to that of others who breached the DRMA and have been subjected to arrests and charges, including being publicly humiliated by the police and forced to apologize in videos shared online. Others also compared the situation to that of Beenie Man, who was charged for promoting an event last year, as well as Usain Bolt, who was investigated by the Jamaica Constabulary Force for hosting a birthday party last year when events were banned, and the gathering limit was 15 persons.

Among those reacting to the viral video is Shenseea‘s manager Romeich Major who noted on his Instagram account – “Jamaica is not a real place swear! Smh!”

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Christopher Martin also shared his view on the matter as he pointed out the inequities of the haves and the have nots as well as the loopholes with the law that allows hotels to operate while there is no movement for everyone else who can’t afford to go to a hotel.

“I know we wanna be upset because they are prominent politicians but we also have ot be real…they can all afford to stay at the same hotel together from before the no movement began… and within those boundaries they’re free to do wadeva don’t it… it’s been this way. As Buju say who can afford to run will run but what about those who can’t?’ N unuh nuh bodda kill mi…mi jus a show unu she Andrew cyaaa reprimand dem fi nothing cause the loopholes are there to be exploited if u can afford to do so.”

Bennie Man also made a post and delete comment noting that the actions of the Minister and his friends were “mockery and disrespect to the people.”

Dexta Daps also called the sharing of the video “childish, is all I can sayyyyy…smdh.”

Dancehall artiste Ajji also added his voice to the mix and noted, “they thrive off classism, exclusivity and exemption & call themselves LEADERS.”

Fervent government critic Tanya Stephens also pointed out a reference to the Prime Minister’s claim that the Covid-19 spikes were actually caused by poorer people who would pack up at the corner shops.

“Look pon dem cornershop people ya a try trick we! Chicken back and big jill a oil yh say @andrewholness??? No Rose? Cool,” read Stephens sarcastic commentary on the situation.

Meanwhile, Jamaicans on social media called for the resignations of Green and the others and for them to be charged and placed before the courts as previous persons caught breaching the protocols have experienced.

“Dont know which more hurtful, them laughing and saying prosperity while many cant find food or buy food on a lockdown or them out frolicking without masks on a lockdown day and have the nerve to make the video leak to show us that two Jamaica is real,” one person wrote under the viral video while another added “that youth in Arnett Gardens who was dragged from under his bed and arrested now have a criminal record but we are making excuses. Jamaica! Jamaica! Banana Republic!”

Another person also added that the video with Green was just one incident that upset them.

“The video wid Floyd did stink it was horrible but the day before that I watched 1700 tourist get off a cruise ship to enjoy Ocho Rios that our Government opened just for them. Anyone could’ve been outside and I wouldn’t have given a damn about it.”

Another person called for equal measures to be applied to the Minister and his friends.

“No, it’s not crazy. Citizens have been arrested for what Floyd, Andrew, Gabby and their friends did. Citizens have been dragged out of their homes, violated, recorded and ridiculed on social media for the same. Citizens have been made to pay fines/face prison time for the same.”

Meanwhile, the Jamaica Constabulary Force on Wednesday afternoon noted that the police wouldn’t pursue an investigation until “confirmation of the location and date of the event” is determined before any official investigation begins.

In an update to the video, around noon on Wednesday, the Agriculture Minister tendered his resignation. In a lengthy resignation, he said he noted his blooming political career as Member of Parliament for South West St. Elizabeth but disappointed many people with his behavior.

“I have disappointed so many. My family including my son, my Prime Minister and most importantly, the people of Jamaica who I have sworn to serve. No matter how briefly, and regardless of the circumstances, I should never have participated in any engagement that could indicate lack of appreciation of the difficult and serious realities that now face the entire country,” he began.

“My actions have demonstrated a lack of sensitivity for the difficult realities that all of us are facing currently. It was wrong. I accept that this was an error in judgment and that it sends the wrong signal especially in light of the Government’s drive to reduce the spread of Covid-19. For this I am really and truly very sorry.”

Green added that he will work to regain the trust of Jamaicans and his constituents and that the lapse in judgment he exercised won’t reoccur.

On the other hand, Bellamy also posted a short apology for his presence and behavior in the video and noted that he has resigned from the South East Regional Health Authority that he was ironically a board member of, as well as the various committees he was involved with at the KSAMC.

As for Hylton and the other members of G2K that were present at the gathering, there has been silence.

Prime Minister Holness is expected to address the nation on Wednesday, even where it is expected that the no movement lockdown would be lifted.

Allow me to publicly apologise to the government and people of Jamaica, also specifically to my constituents and to the leadership of the Jamaica Labour Party for the representation of my conduct in the video that is being circulated. pic.twitter.com/V9zRDy5Vgx

— Andrew Bellamy (@andrewbellamyja) September 15, 2021

JUST IN: Police chief says @JamaicaConstab investigating alleged breaches of COVID-19 protocols by former Cabinet Minister @floydgreenja, Councillor @andrewbellamyja, and others. Video with cybercrimes.

*Police have used videos in past to arrest alleged violators. pic.twitter.com/Wj9MW6afmS

— Jovan Johnson (@jovanthony) September 15, 2021

Statement from Floyd Green pic.twitter.com/9tWSqQ29jN

— Sanjay Lewis (@Sanjayolewis) September 15, 2021

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Konshens Reveals What He Learned From Cardi B After Their Collab

Konshens says collaborating with Cardi B taught him something important as an artiste.

Since 2005 Konshens has been churning out the hits. He built a significant fanbase in Japan before becoming a household name in Jamaica and across the Caribbean. Even as his career kept rising in 2017, he recalls learning an invaluable lesson from a young artist who was also trying to make her way in the music biz.

Konshens was speaking to the Miami New Times and remembered his first encounter with now superstar Cardi B at a studio in New York City in 2017. They were meeting to put together the track “Back It Up.” The track was endorsed by fans, and to date, it has over 850,000 views on YouTube. It was made along with Hoodcelebrityy for her Gangsta B*tch Music, Vol. 2 mixtape.

“Cardi B showed me that: ‘Listen, give people a shot, bro,” he said when asked about the collab. Konshens added, “Even in this age when everything is numbers and everything is internet, listen to people. Give people a shot man, you never know.”

A lesson that many fans have touted to other artists over the years, including veterans like Bounty Killer and Beenie Man. Both artists have helped out younger artists trying to make their breakthrough into the highly competitive dancehall arena.

Konshens now lives in South Florida as he seeks to keep providing impetus to his career. While no date has been confirmed, the “Bruk Off Yuh Back” singer is working on his fourth studio album, which he promises will be the best one of his career so far.

His belief is that the upcoming album needs just two of the songs to be completed, and then it would be his best work.

“One is all ready — all it needs is a verse from a Latin artist. It needs to be a hardcore gyal song like ‘Bruk Off Ya Back.’ It needs that because when you listen to the album, there’s a lot of diversity going on, and there’s different topics and directions but there’s not that one,” he added.

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Nicki Minaj In Talks With Shenseea & The Weeknd’s Manager SALXCO After Leaving Former Manager

Nicki Minaj could soon join SALXCO management company, who also manages Shenseea, The Weeknd, and Doja Cat.

Nicki Minaj may have taken some time off to focus on her family life, but it looks like she is back to making big moves in her career. The Barbz has dropped her manager, Irving Azoff, after two years of working with him and Full Stop Management, Variety reported.

Sources suggest the split occurred earlier this year, but news of the decision surfaced once it was reported that Nicki is now in talks with SALXCO, the company ran by Wassim “Sal” Slaiby. SALXCO is currently managing some of the biggest names in music, including The Weeknd, Doja Cat, French Montana, Bebe Rexha, Ty Dolla $ign, Brandy, and M.I.A. More recently, Diddy also joined the SALXCO team.

Irving Azoff might not be happy to lose Minaj as a client, but he still has plenty of talent on his roster, including Lizzo, Roddy Ricch, and Gwen Stefani. Ironically, Nicki decided to sign with Azoff in 2019 after accusing him of spearheading a “smear campaign” against her and her tour while hosting an episode of Queen Radio.

“He allegedly contacted people in the media to say negative things about my tour,” she claimed. It was later speculated that Nicki may have admired Irving’s cutthroat style and decided to hire him. However, now it appears their professional relationship has soured.

While Nicki has not commented on her change of management, she has assured fans that she is hard at work on her next album, which will serve as a follow-up to 2018’s Queen.

“I’m back to enjoying music,” she wrote earlier this year. “You know when you’re just back in your zone and your creativity is on high and you can just do it in your sleep.” She went on to say that this next project will be her “best album of all time thus far.” It looks like Nicki and her management team have some big promises to keep.

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UEFA Forces Ajax & Adidas To Change Bob Marley ‘Three Little Birds’ Kit

Dutch professional football club Ajax FC was forced to make changes to their kit homaging reggae legend Bob Marley.

The Union of European Football Associations-UEFA has banned the Bob Marley inspired Ajax Football Club jersey, which featured three little birds at the base of the collar. The feature was added to the club’s jersey as an ode to Bob Marley‘s song, “Three Little Birds.” The song was adopted by club fans over a decade ago and has become the unofficial team anthem.

Fans were ecstatic when players first wore the “Three Little Birds” kit three days ago as they went up against PEC Zwolle. They subsequently won 2-0. Sadly, the joy was quickly extinguished as the logo that made the kit unique was deemed by the UEFA to be against regulation. Ajax added a statement to their website explaining that the UEFA only allows club logo and/or sponsor logo to be included on kits, which meant the three little birds didn’t meet regulations and had to go.

The change was spotted by sharp-eyed fans who noticed that the three little birds at the base of the collar were missing. This means fans may no longer be able to get jerseys with the unique green, red, and yellow birds, making those already in circulation a deeply sought-after collectible.

This version of the team’s kit was very popular among fans as they clamored to get their hands on the new kit crashing the team’s website when it was first released on August 20. The team’s commercial director Menno Geelen described the kit as one of the club’s most popular, selling out many more times over when compared to other kits. He added that they were ramping up to meet demand, “We had already responded to the interest by purchasing much more than ever….A record number of shirts were sold in one day. It’s unique.”

The new kit was completed through a collaboration with the Marley family, Ajax Amsterdam, and Adidas and was primarily black with red, green, and yellow strips, which is similar to the Rastafarian/Ethiopian flag.

Rise up this mornin’, smile with the rising sun.

Introducing our new 21/22 third jersey, inspired by our collective love for @BobMarley and his Three Little Birds. pic.twitter.com/YiPUS7AR19

— AFC Ajax (@AFCAjax) August 20, 2021

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Kanye West Rushed ‘Donda’ To Drop Before Drake’s ‘CLB’ Says Collaborator Todd Rundgren

Did Kanye West rushed Donda so he could drop before Drake?

The G.O.O.D. Music rapper’s latest project has been met with mixed and drastically differing reviews. Some have argued it is his worst effort yet, while others think it is a masterpiece. Kanye West is anything but conventional, and it seems his album-making process is no different. He is notorious for stacking up collaborations from rappers, singers, and artists of all kinds, and it seems some people find this practice inconsiderate and inefficient.

In a new interview with UCR, multi-instrumentalist and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Todd Rundgren admitted that he spent far too much time contributing to Donda, only to find that none of his work made the final cut.

“I have three albums worth of Kanye stems on my computer,” Rundgren said. “Because I kept getting called by Kanye to add vocals onto the record. When I got into the homestretch in July, I just said, ‘That’s enough for me. I have no idea whether and of this is being used.’”

Todd added that Kanye West is not very responsive to his collaborators, so he never knew what was being done with his work. Then he joked, “There is the possibility that I’m in there somewhere. There’s so much junk in that record!”

The musical legend went on to call Yeezy a “dilettante”, or a person who makes attempts to cultivate art without really committing to understanding it. Basically, he called Kanye a poser.

Even more scathingly, Rundgren claimed that Donda was rushed because Kanye wanted to beat Drake to the album drop punch.

“It’s because Drake was running the whole process,” he said. “He was too afraid that Drake would one-up him, so he hurried up and released the album the weekend before Drake could get his out. And in the end, Drake ate his lunch anyway.”

The Certified Lover Boy versus Donda debate continues to rage on, with many fans choosing CLB as the clear winner while diehard Kanye fans continue to defend Yeezy’s work at all costs. Clearly, Todd Rundgren is not one of them.

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Charlamagne Tha God Defends Nicki Minaj Against Joy Reid’s Attacks

Charlamagne Tha God went in full Nicki Minaj defense mode amid her spat with Joy Reid.

The Breakfast Club might not be the biggest fans of Nicki Minaj, but it seems now they are taking Nicki Minaj’s side as Twitter goes alight following Minaj’s tweets that she’s unvaccinated and has vaccination hesitancy.

On Tuesday, Charlamagne Tha God jumped in on the back and forth with Joy Reid and Nicki and noted that Reid “missed a real moment to teach” when she launched into attack mode at Nicki.

Minaj had earlier tweeted an explanation for her absence from the Met Gala, noting that they required attendees to be vaccinated but that she wasn’t and that she wanted to do more research before deciding to get it.

She also disclosed that she had also contracted the virus but was going to take the vaccine so she can get on the road for her tours. One of her tweets also shared second claims that the vaccine causes men to become impotent, which set off many people on social media, including Reid.

In a televised interview, Reid blasted Minaj for not using her large platform to encourage persons to get the vaccine. However, Nicki and the Barbz had receipts as Minaj came back and called out Reid for being a hypocrite who also previously shared conspiracy theories about the virus.

While many have taken sides and some have agreed that both Minaj and Reid were wrong in their approaches, Charlamagne Tha God said Reid failed to use her approach as a tool to teach instead of condemning.

“I respect Joy-Ann Reid. She’s the homie but she missed a real moment to teach yesterday because Nicki never said ‘don’t take the vaccine’ but she also, in the very next tweet, said she will probably get vaccinated to go on tour. Joy could’ve used that moment on her show to correct Nicki on whatever misinformation she put out. She could’ve said, ‘Nicki Minaj is encouraging people to do their research about the vaccine,” Charlamagne said.

He continued that it was obvious the rapper had questions as she even put up a poll asking people which vaccines they took.

“Nicki said Drake is vaccinated and she’s going to get vaccinated to go on tour. So if Drake’s vaccinated, and Nicki wants to get vaccinated, why aren’t you? That’s what Joy could’ve done,” he continued.

Meanwhile, among those reacting to Minaj’s comments are the international media and even the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

On the other hand, Nicki Minaj had time as she responded to those who tried to drag her, including a voice note message to the British PM who she told she wanted to send her work so he could become familiar with her.

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Skillet – Surviving the Game Lyrics

[Intro]
To be more than a conqueror
You have to learn to enjoy the pain
If you want to survive the game

[Verse 1: John Cooper & Jen Ledger]
You can try to defeat me (Defeat me)
You don’t know it’s the pain that’ll feed me (Feed me)
And I’m gonna take back what you took me for (For)
‘Cause I was born for this
All the bones that you’re breakin’ (Breakin’)
You pretend that you’re the one that can save me (Save me)
Now I’m takin’ it back, it was never yours (Never yours)
I’m fightin’

[Pre-Chorus: John Cooper & Jen Ledger]
Fightin’ for my focus
Give the pain a purpose
Light the fire inside
Feel it come alive (Come alive)
Show ’em what I’m made of
Victory’s for the brave ones
Who never bowed a knee
When it’s do or die (Do or die-ie-ie)
One more time

[Chorus: John Cooper & Jen Ledger]
Survivin’ the game
I can be unstoppable
Gonna walk through Hell
Gonna shake the walls
Survive, survivin’ the game (Survivin’ the game)
Livin’ the impossible
I’m the champion, indestructible (Survive)
Survive, ’cause I’m survivin’ the game

[Post-Chorus]
I can be unstoppable
Gonna be indestructible
I can be unstoppable
Gonna be indestructible

[Verse 2: John Cooper & Jen Ledger]
All the liars around me
Like the wolves of the walls that surround me
In the face of the fear, I keep standin’ tall
‘Cause I will conquer this
Knock me down like a lion (Lion)
I was born to be demon defiant (Defiant)
And I won’t ever let this kingdom fall (Fall)
I’ll show ’em

[Pre-Chorus: John Cooper & Jen Ledger]
Show ’em what you’re made of
Victory’s for the brave ones
Never bow the knee
‘Cause it’s do or die (Do or die-ie-ie)
One more time

[Chorus: John Cooper & Jen Ledger]
Survivin’ the game
I can be unstoppable
Gonna walk through Hell
Gonna shake the walls
Survive, survivin’ the game (Survivin’ the game)
Livin’ the impossible
I’m the champion, indestructible (Survive)
Survive, ’cause I’m survivin’ the game (Game)

[Bridge: John Cooper, John Cooper & Jen Ledger]
I am more than a conqueror
The past behind me, life is ahead
I’ll take the way of the warrior
I won’t allow no fear to the death
One more time

[Chorus: John Cooper & Jen Ledger]
Survivin’ the game
I can be unstoppable
Gonna walk through Hell
Gonna shake the walls
Survive, survivin’ the game (Survivin’ the game)
Livin’ the impossible
I’m the champion, indestructible (Survive)
Survive, ’cause I’m survivin’ the game (Survive)
Survivin’ the game (Survive)
Survivin’ the game
Livin’ the impossible
I’m the champion, indestructible (Survive)
Survive, ’cause I’m survivin’ the game (Survive)

[Post-Chorus]
I can be unstoppable
Gonna be indestructible
I can be unstoppable
Gonna be indestructible