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Hemorrhaging, festering, discharge of puss Disfunctional paralysing sickness of the bowel Rotting of internal and
Intestinal tract Stenching putrefaction of abdominal puss Festering sin infects your carcass Poison seeps into your vains,
And your brain Sin fills your body with unwanted cancer, and you fill your body with pain Stop your body from it's sinning
Nature, you must turn to God for help Gangrenous puss in your brain, malignant abscess in your heart Festering excrement in
Your body, hemorrhaging abscess in your mind Choked coronary artery, detatched brain nartrons Disfunctional internal organs,
Discharged tumorous muck, and puss Malfunction of antibodies, meltdown of your brain Stop your body from it's sinning nature,
You most turn to God for help.



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