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Lords Of The New Church – Holy War lyrics

(Bator/James)
A Roman is invading Britain after hundreds of year. With a pope
Star's world tour amidst fanatical tears. A false prophet, the
Bible warns us. Who's wearing a crown. Deceiving and uniting
Churches burn the whole world down. Anti-soviet polish priest
Was just the image they need. Seize control or the catholic church
For bolshevik creed. They replaced him with an actor.
Set the stage for war. Pope John Paul ii was poisoned behind
Vatican doors. Inquisition, crusades and martyrs burned for
Blasphemy. Religion causes most the wars throughout history.
Divine combat - revolution - the actor pope fraud. Greed and
Murder is forgiven when in the name of god...
Holy war.



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