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Nothing can dwell....In your living hell

Gangsters left dead roses at his store front,
it was a warning sign.
If he doesn't pay that green back fast
his death his wife could grieve.

He's banging his head against the wall with frustration.
He placed his family's lives in a bad situation.
He thought he was smarter and he could get over.
Now life is ticking away.
He's coming closer to danger.

Ohh ohh ohh ohh...Yakuza Yakuza...
I'd hate to be caught down in that trap.
Ohh ohh ohh ohh...Yakuza Yakuza...
Life is so damn sweet.

The drop off spot was at Central Park
right by Alice and wonderland.
It better be paid by twelve o'clock
or you can kiss your life good-bye.
I feel it best you pay the rest of this money by noon
or suffer the consequences, before things go kaboom.
You know what can happen in Brooklyn or Manhattan.
Betrail has a pattern which is usually death.

What about your faith and your spirituality
your meditations and your prayers daily.
You burnt all possible allies with your deceit at your peak.
You stomped and crushed on the meek
You heard the words but you ignore the signs.
You cross the line so you must pay the price
Now you're running scared, you're running scared.
Yeah your heart is pumping, your heart is pumping.
Nothing can dwell in your living hell.
No diggidy no diggidy no diggidy
You must move on, you must proceed.


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