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Blame it all, on mistake, apologies don't
Change the motives under; banished
From, memories, temptation lines weak
When true colors show; that is why,
It burns, like guilt does when we
Compromise the things we hold close

Set off betrayal's stage, if that's
What you desire, it's war to be waged,
Right in the public eye, you ask for
Redemption, and masses will follow

Trapped inside, a prison, manifested
By your worst self creation, looking
Back, do you, see a fault with turning
Your back on ally for her

Set off betrayal's stage, if that's
What you desire, it's war to be waged,
Right in the public eye, you ask for
Redemption, and masses will follow

Your penance may be served in full
But there is still a lesson to be learnt
From this, a moral standard to be set, a
Lesson you will never carry with you,
And punish everyone around you,
Mutiny forgives but not forgets as
Long as people never change

Set off betrayal's stage, if that's
What you desire, it's war to be waged,
Right in the public eye, you ask for
Redemption, and masses will follow



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