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Tell me, would you kill for me? (tell me, would you kill for me?)
Tell me, would you die for me? (tell me, would you die for me?)
I can bridge your suffering
When you find your way to me
I can be the one to make you see
Who's behind your mirror?
Who's behind your lies?
The truth is getting clearer...

(I can be your misery
I can be your rosary
Even if you're enemy
Leave behind your lies
I am not your enemy
Unless you want your apathy
Give me all your bleeding heart
And I will save your soul)

And I will save your soul

I can be your destiny (I can be your destiny)
I can be your warmer sin (I can be your warmer sin)
Never will you pity me
When you find defense in me
I will never once to make you bleed
The truth behind the mirror
The rot behind your lies
The facts are getting clearer

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That is not what I can do for you (do for you)
That is what you can do for me (do for me)
See my struggles (see my struggles)
See my paradise
Mi paradace
The face behind my eyes
Escucho ez parlaz
Oh no...

We are misery
(Start a war, start a war, death wants more)
We are suffering
(Start a war, start a war, death wants more)
We are new pedin
(Start a war, start a war, death wants more)
We are the warmer sin
(Start a war, start a war, death wants more)
Death wants more



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