Speak of the Devil Song Lyrics

A Day to Remember

credits


publisher: ©Another Victory Publishing, Peermusic Publishing
writers: Thomas H Denney Jr., Jeremy Wade Mckinnon, Alexander Thomas Shelnutt, Neil S Westfall, Joshua Steven Woodard
album: Track 2 in album For Those Who Have Heart
release date: 2007-1-23
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genres: Rock Pop
styles: Metalcore/Alternative Rock/Pop Punk
length: 3:24
producer: A Day to Remember and Eric Arena
drums: Alex Shelnutt
lead vocals: Jeremy McKinnon
mixer: Eric Arena
recorded by: Eric Arena
guitar: Tom Denney and Neil Westfall
additional engineer: Joe Mahoney and Chris Fortin
bass guitar: Joshua Woodard

Album Information

label: Victory Records
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 746105033726
script: Latin

Cover Art

A Day to Remember For Those Who Have Heart cover art

Lyrics

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This is my vengeance for all the wrongs you've formed against us.
You always get me wrong.
My whole existence revolves around the progress that we've made,
And I'll never be walked on again.

I'm on the edge of the rooftop thinking nobody will ever know.
I hope that you want to be the one to see the distance from the road.

This is our triumph over all the forms of filth you've spread.
We'll never let this go. Right from the very start I knew this day would come.
Tonight's the night we silence you,
There's nowhere left to run.

I'm on the edge of the rooftop thinking nobody will ever know.
I hope that you want to be the one to see the distance from the road.

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Fast Forward to 2012
  • 2 Speak of the Devil
  • 3 The Danger in Starting a Fire
  • 4 The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle
  • 5 Monument
  • 6 The Price We Pay
  • 7 Colder Than My Heart, If You Can Imagine
  • 8 Show ’em the Ropes
  • 9 A Shot in the Dark
  • 10 Here’s to the Past
  • 11 I Heard It’s the Softest Thing Ever
  • 12 Start the Shooting