"Stormy in the North, Karma in the South" as written by Christopher Paul Jagdhar and David Leslie Walls....
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Just see it, just see it
So what's getting in your way?
Better get out now
Just leave it, just leave it
They cant hear a word you say

And all of his chances are slim
And nobody wants to be him
The time has come to work it out
Its stormy in the North
But karma in the South
Its stormy in the North
But karma in the South

He made a vow
To be it, to be it
So even when no-one cares
They showed him how
To mean it, to mean it
It sure can get cold out there

Step back, let the packs attack
Well the tongues are jet black
But you've got to spit back
Relax Jack, its a natural fact
If the mass can applaud
Then the mass can attack


Lyrics submitted by sepultura1987

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