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(Butler/Gall/Barnes)



You will die – no love there for you

There’s no guiding light

To lead you through the night

Only screams of torment, only fear and emptiness

No life after the grave – only pain

Lies- lies to live and die by

Passed down through the years

The truth? They’ll never let you hear

Only screams of torment, only fear and emptiness

No life after the grave – only pain

Pain – pain

The disease of life continues

Only the blind will follow

And rot in the dirt

Afraid to live – dead before you died

Brainwashed – you live blind

Brainwashed – they rot alive

Brainwashed – preach your lies

Brainwashed – I watch you die

You will die – no love there for you

There’s no guiding light

To lead you through the night

Only screams of torment, only fear and emptiness

No life after the grave – only pain

Only screams of torment, only fear and emptiness

You’re the one who is lost – brainwashed



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