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Band: 16 Bit
Released as a single in 1986.
Written by Luca Anzilotti, later of Snap! From the sleeve notes,
It seems the line "Where are you?" is spoken by Sven Vath...
Where Are You?
Man was not sick
Until he sold out to the Devil.
I know the remedy for your sickness.
Where are you?
Where are you?
I've lost you
If you are a child of God,
If you want to set you free and heal your disease,
Join hands and let us stand up to the Evil.
Where are you?
Where are you?
I've lost you
I've lost you
Even if you're not a believer in the Almighty,
It's never too late to confess your sins.
Come with me I will show you the way!
Where are you?
Where are you?
I've lost you
Do you want to waste the rest of your precious life
With s** and drugs?
Oh no, God have mercy!
Remember you will pay on judgement day.
The time has come to exorcise the Devil
In you!!
Where are you?
Where are you?
I've lost you



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