"Ruination" as written by Jonathan Davy, Alan Daniel Glassman, Jon Rice, Brent Riggs and Steven Robert Thompson....
The earth slowly rots into a malignant tumor
Breeding no life for the future of the world
In wake of a nuclear war bodies rise from the fractured
And decomposing fields of abandonment

Their bodies and faces mutated and disfigured
Still breathing through their brimful lungs
They limp and crawl across the ruins
They once claimed on a leisurely ongoing march

Their flesh still burns
The skin blackens and embers into the dimming air

The earth slowly rots into a malignant tumor
Breeding no life for the future of the world
The earth slowly rots into a malignant tumor
Breeding no life for the future of the world

In wake of a nuclear war bodies rise from the fractured
And decomposing fields of abandonment
Their bodies and faces mutated

The earth slowly rots into a malignant tumor
Breeding no life for the future of the world
In wake of a nuclear war bodies rise from the fractured
And decomposing fields of abandonment

The earth slowly rots into a malignant tumor
Breeding no life for the future of the world
In wake of a nuclear war bodies rise from the fractured
And decomposing fields of abandonment

The earth slowly rots into a malignant tumor
Breeding no life for the future of the world
In wake of a nuclear war bodies rise from the fractured
And decomposing fields of abandonment


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"Ruination" as written by Alan Daniel Glassman Jonathan Davy

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    General CommentI'm the first to comment on this badass song?

    It's quite obvious what the song's about.
    greengiant360on October 24, 2009   Link

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