"The Doubter's Glass" as written by William T. Campion, Bill Ryan, Brendan Joseph Ryan, Mark A.p. Wike, Emmet C. Tucker and Patrick O'connor....
Colorblast the beautiful
I feel antsy and political
Always doubt the cynical
They want to ruin the world

The air is so polluted, like Poseidon's halitosis
All the bellies that are blowing it
Whose necks are hung with pearls

The time of our arrival
Is key to our survival
And I have not yet been bitten
By the flies of pessimism

Castigate the criminals
Bury the subliminal
The overflow of undertow
Has got us by the balls

But I don't care about negative
It sells but doesn't sacrifice
And why should we all pay the price
To build these prison walls

The time of our arrival
Is key to our survival
And I have not yet been bitten
And the doubter's glass is filled up

Say hello to the sunshine
Shoot anything that crawls


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"The Doubter's Glass" as written by Brendan Joseph Ryan Bill Ryan

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