"Use My Third Arm" as written by and Vincent Paul/abbott Abbott....
Enlight your sense of thought, of touch, of real, a shield,
An underground for this coward.
Building a blood in water scent. It's like some raping,
without judgement.
Boy in a pocket. Balls in a bag. Serve and
Protect you. His dick his gun, his brain his badge.

A faster way to kill them all would take too goddamn long.
Absorb through pores the great escape. Kill that fuck
to show him up. Equal his displeasure now. Stab his
Ass, a reminded past of what the fuck we live for.

Ourselves.

Arm yourself. A branch. A third arm. Extend your health,
Crawl inside euphoria. Building a blood in water scent. It's
Like a scraping. It's entrapment. Boy in a pocket. Balls in
A bag. Perverted handle. His getting by is a fisted fuck.
A faster way to exterminate them takes too fucking
long. Absorb through pores the great escape.
Kill that fuck to show him up. Equal his displeasure now.
Stab his ass, a reminded past of what the fuck we live for.
Ourselves.

Half assed for most his life. Piss poor little ham. NARO
boy- A fake fuck limp dick. Sucking up to the man.
And the world. We need a fucking cold war.


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"Use My Third Arm" as written by Philip Anselmo Darrell Lance Abbott

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    General Commentphil talks about a sheild, procection for a scared man trying to seek salavation in life. At first you seek this euphoria by lashing out at people, but man must learn there are other ways. GROW A THIRD ARM.
    create a figmental third arm to protect yourself from all the peice of shit people in the world that do harm on to you, or the despensible bullshit that occurs throughout life. i still trying to grow my third arm and will continue to do so until im smiling in my coffin.
    metalguy5000on January 30, 2009   Link

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