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​The Outcast

This song is by Dropkick Murphys and appears on the album Blackout (2003).

If they can make a law then I can break a law
If I can break the law, will the law break me?
It comes tumbling down again, I can't comprehend, is it destiny?
Your nomadic state, are you a refugee? No place to call your home
Forever walk alone as the world goes on
Forgotten by the ones you've known

If they can make a law then I can break a law
If I can break the law, will the law break me?
It comes tumbling down again, I can't comprehend, is it destiny?
Your nomadic state, are you a refugee? No place to call your own
Forever walk alone as the world goes on
Forgotten by the ones you've known

And all the words you gave me
I lost on bended knee
But you can't stop these cravings
Just by praying they would cease

And all the words you gave me
I lost on bended knee
But you can't stop these cravings
Just by praying they would cease

If I can make a life, then I can take a life
If I save a life, will this life save me?
Time after time I still seem to find you're looking out for me
So wrap your arms around me, hold me close and don't let go
Let me lean on you as I think things though, if I don't we'll never know

And all the words you gave me
I lost on bended knee
But you can't stop these cravings
Just by praying they would cease

And all the words you gave me
I lost on bended knee
But you can't stop these cravings
Just by praying they would cease

Will your faith save me?
Will I find this place where I belong?
Can you protect me from my troubles, keep me safe from harm?
Will you help me carry on?

And all the words you gave me
I lost on bended knee
But you can't stop these cravings
Just by praying they would cease

And all the words you gave me
I lost on bended knee
But you can't stop these cravings
Just by praying they would cease

If they can make a law then I can break a law
If I can break the law, will the law break me?
It comes tumbling down again, I can't comprehend, is it destiny?
Your nomadic state, are you a refugee? No place to call your home
Forever walk alone as the world goes on
Forgotten by the ones you've known

Written by:

Al Barr Wikipedia16; Ken Casey Wikipedia16; Matt Kelly; James Lynch Wikipedia16; Marc Orrell Wikipedia16