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In Flames – Episode 666 lyrics

Welcome here, the squirrel-wheel begins
Fasten the left hand belts
Remember not to think too much
And your trip will be numbingly pleasant

Non-caring is the easiest way
But to secure a passage to the 2nd plane
You have to complete level one
Their dead-smile lips turn on their tv
While urban gravestones scrape the skies
Rising over marionette cities and marionette skies

This is episode 666
Destination chaos
Each and all an actor blind
This is episode 666
Destination chaos
Each and all an actor blind
This is episode 666
Destination chaos
This is episode 666
Destination chaos
Each and all an actor blind
This is episode 666
Destination chaos
Each and all an actor blind
This is episode 666
Destination chaos



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