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X-ecutioners – X-Ecutioners Song lyrics

January 16th 1977 it's early morning in the utah state prison

The importance of the tv crews enhance this main event
Capital punishment has not been practices in over 10 years in the united states
Though ading to controvercy... Harry Gilmore was bout to enter a vail of trouble

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Oh year strong survive

You could run but no man is safe
Hey keep the show crews running
Like they're supposed to

Is very simple and fun.
All it takes is good balance and good hand eye co-ordination
Keep your eyes at the balls at all times
Remember practice practice practice
Let me show you how to do it properly



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