"Electrocution" as written by and Gershon Kingsley....
Convicted killer Darrel Holton died just after 1:00 o'clock
in the morning
We wondered if the chair would even work
It did! Darrel Holton died jolted by 17 hundred and 50 volts of electricity
Witnesses watched the states first electroction since 1960 from behind glass
While others had closer contact

While others had closer contact

While others had closer contact
While others had closer contact

Reflecting the pain of the people lost overhead
Rape and the music collapsing religion instead
the evil came around in disguise to drum the engineer
We want the electrocution
We want the electrocution

The guides of light and you see the donnel of human right
use your power and forget the malision inside
we came in peace and now we answer
he dies and now we're free
We want the electrocution
We want the electrocution

Tonight is the night
the end of the fight
you drop the gate
we have the easy the solution
you drive into him white
we switch on the light
your death is near
millions of volts
We are the voice of the people
we push the button without any warning
die, baby, die
straight up to the sky!
electrocution!

No candlelight, no wedding!

We are the voice of the people
we push the button without any warning
die, baby, die,
straight up to the sky!
electrocution!

No candlelight, no wedding !
No candlelight, no wedding !
No candlelight, no wedding !
No candlelight! no candlelight, no wedding!

Tonight is the night
the end of the fight
you drop the gate
we have the easy solution
you drive him into white
we switch on the light
your death is near
with millions of volts
we are the voice of the people
we push the button without any warning
die baby die, straight up to the sky
electrocution


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