"Time Is Right" as written by Ian Fraser Kilmister, Philip Anthony Campbell and Micael Kiriakos Delaoglou....
You better stand right there
Get a clue and be aware
You're just an inch or so from your immortality
Don't you get the meaning
You might still be bleeding
You might be rich but that don't mean a thing to me
Go ahead and laugh, so many have before
But then, of course, they're dead
They're not laughing anymore

This is our time, we have you now
You are our great delight
Scream to your God, who never hears a thing
He's not with you now
The time is right, the time is right

You better keep quite still
Get a drink and take your pill
You're just a mile or so from the dreaded hanging tree
Don't you understand
Now you're in our hands
You might be innocent but I tend to disagree
Go on and smile, many smiled in here
But not for long, the story always ends in tears

This is our time, we are in luck
You're going to see the light
Scream to your God, who doesn't even care
He is not here now
The time is right, the time is right

You'd better bite your lip
Get a focus, get a grip
You're just a step or so from the endless yawning pit
Don't you recognize
The lust for torture in our eyes?
You think that I don't know you but I see through your disguise
Go ahead and plead, begging is so nice
But then I'm deaf, I just like to watch your eyes

Surrounded by foes, faces all grim
You'll lose the will to fight
Scream to your God, who laughs at your pain
He is not here now
Do you recall how you felt then?
Back when your world was bright
Scream to your God, who left you here with us
Guilty as charged
The time is right, the time is right


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"Time Is Right" as written by Philip Campbell Ian Kilmister

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