Innocence is your second savior
But malice is the cause of your damnation
Your prayers might help you in the afterlife
But it won't save yourself from them 24 hours from now
And if you think this is going to prove anything
You better paint a smile on your face
Every second you’re strapped down
Cause if you have any doubts about the actions you have taken
Everything you have stood for will mean nothing to everyone
And by the time we are done, Texas will hate us forever
Saying an eye for an eye is as easy as sharpening a needle
But an error might have occurred in the way we interoperate Genesis 9
Because after the damage has been done
Then our pound of flesh must be paid
In your last moments building 1835
Take one last look at the sky outside of this house of death
Because at 6pm you won’t be his model for failure anymore
Almost martyrs don't count
We will make the world pay for what they have done to the innocent


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