"All Your Lies (Division version)" as written by and Jesse/vodinh Hasek....
Pay attention, pay attention, pay attention please
He who lusts through life for excess of this world
Dies a lonely man, careless of his soul
Throwing caution to the wind with foolish ignorance
You're full of pride (full of pride) full of pride
And in arrogance you can't accept the nearing end of this short lived life

Smile and give a toast, brag and boast
Fool the world with all of your lies
The parasite's host never even knows
Pull the wool over our eyes

Walk the line and pay the price
A pound of flesh for paradise
Wear the wounds of your demise

Fail to mention your intentions, fail to mention why
The actions of your life contradict your words
The path in which you walk is a vice of no remorse
Washing conscience from the skin, claiming innocence
Ignore the signs

Smile and give a toast, brag and boast
Fool the world with all of your lies
The parasite's host never even knows
Pull the wool over our eyes

Walk the line and pay the price
A pound of flesh for paradise
Wear the wounds of your demise

A pound of flesh for paradise

I should have made your mind up for you (for you)
I should have made your mind up for you (for you)

Walk the line and pay the price
A pound of flesh for paradise
Wear the wounds of your demise

From cradle to grave, you chose to trade
A pound of flesh for paradise
Wear the wounds of your demise.


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"All Your Lies" as written by Jesse Hasek Brian Vodinh

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    General Comment"['All Your Lies'] was written about...well no one in mind specifically, but someone who has no remorse and doesn't care about anything but themselves. ... It's about a deceitful bitch." - Jesse Hayek
    TranceRufuson May 19, 2008   Link

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