Enem3? Lyrics – GRIP


[Verse 1: GRIP]
I saw a stranger in the mirror
He gave a cold, cold stare
Who goes there?
Who goes there?
I feel we met before
In a game of tug of war
The victor, I’m not so sure
I’m not so sure
I don’t know where l end
And where he may begin
So meet me in the middle
My old friend
And when it falls apart
We’ll always share the blame
It’s just you and I
Goin’ down in flames

[Chorus: GRIP]
You’d set yourself on fire for a lonely view
That’s why the enemy is you
You’d set yourself on fire for a lonely view
That’s why the enemy is you

[Verse 2: Big Rube]
The tracks in the the soil of life’s path we walk are our own
The consequences and rewards, effects of a cause
An obviously direct connection to whichever direction we decided on goin’
There’s always a choice, our thoughts are ours alone
To express, and no one else can truly speak with your voice
Each compromise makes the next easier to repeat
It seems small, but one step must be taken for a million to be reached
So gazin’ back upon the mental gallery of life’s valleys and peaks
We see ourselves when we started, and often wonder
Is the person we are now the one that we sought out to become?
If I was introduced to myself back then
Would I qualify as someone I would ever call friend?
Or has so much been lost of myself?
Have I sabotaged myself at too great a cost to myself?
Feelin’ nothin’ but shame at the way I’ve played the game
So fearful of bein’ defeated
Whenever I could, I cheated
Now all I want is to know if what I suspect is true
The identity of my enemy, the face in the mirror said, “It’s you”

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[Chorus: GRIP]
You’d set yourself on fire for a lonely view
That’s why the enemy is you
You’d set yourself on fire for a lonely view
That’s why the enemy is you
You’d set yourself on fire for a lonely view
That’s why the enemy is you
You’d set yourself on fire for a lonely view
That’s why the enemy is you

Featuring – Big Rube
Album – I Died For This!? (August 2021)
Produced by TU! (Producer)
Written by Neal Pogue, Big Rube & GRIP