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Many years after the overthrow of Wilson, a rebel soldier crouching
high on a hilltop above the war torn forests of Gamehendge spots a
group of loyalists approaching from their lakeside encampment below.
His trusty llama stands beside him, loaded down with a canvas pack
that holds two large bazooka type guns to the animal's sides. Near the
man sits a cache of blastoplast, each capable of destroying the entire
hillside in an instant...]
Sunrise over the turquoise mountains
Messenger birds in sight
They came up through the valley
Both sides at a time
Through the cold steady rain
I bend down
Poke a double decker on a llama
Llama, Taboot Taboot
Trigger a blastoplast, ramshackle laker recedes
I start to run
It was the loudest thing I'd ever heard
And I knew my time had come
To enter the delta
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Depress, Depress
Llama, Taboot Taboot
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Depress, Depress
Llama, Taboot Taboot
Llama, Taboot Taboot
Llama, Taboot Taboot
Taboot Taboot
Taboot Taboot

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    UnregisteredApr 27, 2012 at 1:47 am
    The final years of world war 2 in northern africa
    It is raining
    A soldier rests with his llama then he spots enemy patrol
    With his llama he mounts two bazookas fires and watches the exposion
    He makes a run for it, the rain makes the sand mushy and resembles a marsh

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