"The Sadness of Graves" as written by and Christopher Doot Andrew Murphy....
Look at all the beautiful buildings
scattered on the ground.
All the people enslaved by their liberations.
And look at all the bloodshed.
The lamb has been bled dry.
(Look at all the blood)
It's become a crime to be found innocent.
But tell me, what's the crime?

The earth is a tomb.
It's on fire.

You have the knowledge of good and evil.
You're the only thing that can smile.
So let's open up our hearts and see what's inside.
It's just the scientific way.

It's scientific. It's so terrific.
It's the roses that you’re smelling outside.
It’s scientific. It's so terrific.
It's the art form that you can't deny.

The earth is a tomb.
It's on fire.

Hell still burns beneath children's feet.
Our arms don't reach and our hearts don't bleed.
No our hearts don't bleed.
Oh please open your eyes, while you’re only one step away
from the living dead.

Did you know that the earth is a tomb?
It's on fire.


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"The Sadness of Graves" as written by Christopher Doot Andrew Murphy

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