Well I hate the stressed
And the stressed hate the world
And I keep on thinking one day we will burn
And from all of us
That live life in peace
The powerful grip of their hate strangles we

They’ll kill us all
They’ll kill us all

For their own gain
They’ll crush us all
All without care for our
precious blue world
When we’re in dust
Crushed down to the core
Then they will see that
Their stress killed us all

They’ll kill us all
They’ll kill us all


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    My InterpretationThis, is a beautiful peace. It shows a strong message of how modern society has become a foot ahead of itself and fallen out of the synchronized steps of mother nature. These honest and honorable words express the importance of the fight against chaos, the fight for mercy and the fight to bring order back to all of mankind. This short passage has dealt with the woes, the pitfalls and the despoilment of the human race and etched a path for how we can only begin to make amends.

    To manifest, create and relay this masterpiece has shown a great pledge of courage. As this message spreads through the goodness of our global communications, we can now have faith that what was once a holy congregation can live and be a joyous medium once again.
    meaningfuljohnon July 22, 2014   Link

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