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(Brewster-Neeson-Brewster)
Holding council with the king and queen trying hard to decide the fate of their regime..there's only one needed to complete the harmonizin' that's a man with a voice like a scraping violin waiting for Mr.damage To the first doors come a male-a-calling"stop the person bribing five spanish from the window up above"students are proposing to study disarray...
Books of Sartre, markings' openly displayed waiting for Mr. damage Mr. damage
Walks through the doors of the sacrifical church Mr. damage
meets you in the lobby and then leaves you in the lurch Mr. damage
Stands at the altar serving out the search all the faithful follow Resident wino stumbling and lurching walking cadavers smiling and searching man in the DT's looking at the people`cos he won't take the oblong and celebrated people waiting for Mr. damage Trying hard just to keep the candle lit a leather friar leaves the subway anxious to admit that the marvelled one so recently deposed was seen three days later in a brand new suit of clothes a brand new suit of clothes for a very special day a brand new suit of clothes for a very special day a very special day, a very special, a very very very special day
Mr Damage holds a curse
Mr Damage has a hearse
Don't you know who did it first...Mr Damage
Holding council with the king and queen trying hard to decide the fate of their regime..
There's only one needed to complete the harmonizin'
That's a man with a voice like a scraping violin waiting for Mr.damage



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