"Epilogue" as written by and William Roy Francis....
So there he lies at the last The deathbed convert The pious debauchee Could not dance half a measure could I? Give me wine, I drain the dregs and toss the empty bottle at the world
Show me our Lord Jesus in agony And I mount the cross and steal his nails for my own palms There I go Shuffling from the world My dribble fresh upon a bible I look upon a pinhead and I see angels dancing Well, do you like me now Do you like me now Do you like me now?


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    General CommentTHIS is what you call ART
    and REAL music with a picture
    i don't know what possesses inside of wil's head
    but i'm glad it's there, these words were meant to be heard
    MorningLighton June 21, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis isn't actually written by Wil just so you know
    It's from a movie called the Libertine (which is about John Wilmot, the Earl of Rochester) as is the Prologue from Hate Culture.
    Though they work very well with the rest of the songs.
    neondarlingon December 06, 2010   Link

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