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i wana tell u all a story a revelation that will make u adore me it was stormy the darkness fell apon me the heartless ask who was he he was a man taking a stand apon grief he was captured the wrong thief along with peace and strong beliefs he struggled muddled along he preached confuzed and lurking with anger searching for slander he worked for no manager he was his own team leader dreams became second nature we reckon he saved ya he wasent god or a savya he was just himself in his manger he said take me as i am take my swollen hand and walk with me so we can solve ure plans let us rearange the dammned if ure going to hell then so am i so slowly i sigh knowing i can only abide so much and so i touch the broken sky shards of light keep on seeping through i know im pure and true and so are you thats all for now take heed of what ive said cause one day we will all be dead

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