Illicit solariums of my nativity
A lachrymal tale of how I came to be
Starting when aromatic genus
of the Marijuana were spliced
with the genes of mice
and soon failed, but continued to splice
until finally succeeding
in bio-cultivating deeds
Creating new life forms
origin of man and seed
But not like you,
the mice knew everything intellectually,
Specifically they had hate
for human beings
for years of experiments
and infecting them with disease...
Hybrids
Dagga, a plant of peace and love
I'm torn between who I am
When you create internally,
all you need is love
it becomes an emotional body
inner animus
But when you create externally,
you don't need no love
All you need is the calculating mind
Thus producing a being
with only a left brain
with no compassion or sense...


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    General CommentI think there's something missing in these lyrics:

    Hybrid
    An army grown of weed and mice
    to replace man
    Able to withstand famine and disease
    Compulsive habits
    of environment destroyed
    Unable to reproduce
    without scientology
    Soon the world will be run
    by artificial intelligence
    Designed to control population growth
    Humans slowly become obsolete
    When cloning life is similar
    to that of the greys
    Instead of test tubes
    and cattle mutilations
    But through horticulture of spliced DNA
    derived from Marijuana and mice
    Our world will be controlled
    by the rich, slaves,
    and pollution withstanding... Hybrids.
    DreamingInTheÆtheron April 25, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwell, what do you get when you hybridize pot and mice?
    a pollution withstanding species that is the pure evil and controlls and overcomes humans.
    How stoned have you got to be, to write those kinda lyrics?
    Fucking Awesome!
    Cephalic Carnage own big times!
    ForYourMaliceon May 19, 2008   Link

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