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Sinead O'connor – Kyrie Eleison lyrics

KYRIE ELEISON
back off, ol' Vampire,
Here comes the little Irish vampire slayer, dried-eyed
KYRIE ELEISON
back off, ol' oppressor, back of, those who've got most of the lier,
Here comes the little Irish vampire slayer, walk off old Vampire
CHRISTE ELEISON
People joy for annoyance and some old style, on vegetables,
generations, who went to us house for crazyness -King of kings-
coming to us house as I's asleep, -and the lord of lords-
Be thankfull of this I was purified....
blesses Isle of me -Jah-
Praise the allmighty Isle
LORD HAVE MERCY
and down goes Babylon, -King of kings-, through our weakness-bond,
he has mercy, fire, Jah
MERCY,
he has mercy
MERCY
Jah, Rastafari, Motha and Fatha of the creation
CHANT DOWN BABYLON
Wonderland
LORD HAVE MERCY
Fire away, listen up, listen up the man
CHANT DOWN BABYLON
who threw up the country one step......step away ...... of sinners
Wonderland
MERCY
Who else gonna see him with the scarve
CHANT DOWN BABYLON
That'll be in the lights of the law of the allmighty,
MERCY
and these law that'll meditate the ending
CHANT DOWN BABYLON
Sinfull



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