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Code Of Annihilation lyrics

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Hollow deeds and human death and torture hit men hard
In a rhetoric of equals
No such things as hell, not heaven, continues,
The code of annihilation confronts with social attack
As the flames of death are filled with brains in flux intact
No one would ever die too soon
Before the beginning of the baby boom
And before the beginning of an era in gubernatorial rhetoric
The rules of death and brutal attack while most men rise from the sick
The mortal path of greed and demonic inaction
Is about to be destroyed by demons attacking each other's adoration

This is the code of annihilation
Putting an end to devastation and distraction

(Repeat chorus)

And now, let demonic combat reign intact
Before male human mercenaries are ready to attack evil fallout
But it is not every male human being's fault

This is the code of annihilation
Putting an end to devastation and distraction

(Repeat chorus)

And now, let demonic combat reing intact
Before male human mercenaries are ready to attack evil fallout
But it is not every male human being's fault

This is the code of annihilation
Putting an end to devastation and distraction



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