"Iliad" as written by and Marc A./germain Martel....
Iliad, tragedy, miseries all subtracted
A chosen one, I'm a father's son
I'm the one You attracted Chorus
For this lame world
Where the blame grows
You died upon it to redeem it
I believe it, I receive it
So forever You'll inhabit me

You wouldn't walk out on this tragedy
Never give up on Your Iliad
You suffered for the victory
'Cause it's always been Your labor of love

When the story of love began
From the starting until the end
The hero wins
Come tomorrow no one knows
But when everything unfolds
The hero wins
For this lame world
Where the blame grows
You died upon it to redeem it

When the story of love began
From the starting until the end
The hero wins
Come tomorrow no one knows
But when everything unfolds
The hero wins
For this lame world
Where the blame grows
You died upon it to redeem it


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"Iliad" as written by Marc A. Martel Jason Ronald William Germain

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