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Nuisance
An actor choking on nectar
Nothing gotten
Narcoleptics will cut off these patients blue arms
Peg legged
Sullen
Drool on these words I've never uttered
Yes I swear

Out stayed our welcome
A jab from behind
Spoke on these crutches
You wouldn't mind
I had the rack ignored in your last implants

Maiden winters
Tickling whispers
Sit still or you can`t just listen
Extra extra extracurricular
Determine if the wick can burn

Acid
Cracked ribs
Timber
Class dismissed

Sutured
Swollen
Spiteful of these silent urns
Yes I swear

Legs cracked and head dressed
A jab from behind
A trolley over the sun
You wouldn't mind
Bull legged attrition on this satellite

Maiden winters
Tickling whispers
Sit still or you can`t just listen

Extra extra extracurricular
Determine if the wick can burn

The weak are supposed to die[x4]

And you can't see this lighthouse
Cause there's no place to go
This siphon drinks the water
But it will never grow



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