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The Biggest Killer In American History lyrics

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G-G-G-Get up [x2]
You have got your stranglers and prowlers in soft shoes. Furniture makers,
Carpenters too
Bombers and commandos, all with some lost cause
Disgruntled workers, immersed in "veritás"
But stealthily, in the land of the free, he's lurking there
Most are unaware of

The biggest killer in American history x4
And god shed his grace on thee

Business institutions universities
Both are quite the circus where the killer wants his way
I think of Edward Teller and his moribund reprise
Then I look to Nevada and I can't believe my eyes
It's time for him to die!

Most cannot remember minutia learned in school
It's not there on the blackboard, it's what they don't tell you
We have got a problem, it starts and ends right here
It can be defeated but you've got to face your fear
We'll join and unite and steady our sight
Then we'll put it right 'cause it's time to fight

The biggest killer in American history x8
And god shed his grace on thee



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