"Procreation (of The Wicked)" as written by Martin Stricker and Gabriel Fischer Thomas....
You are blind, deny the sun and light
Whose are the objections, from where come the doubts

Evidence of infinity
Procreation of the wicked
Twist of the known
Procreation of the wicked

Serenades of opposition, Absurdity, humans fate and hope
True reflections of community, Procreation of the gods and lords

Evidence of infinity
Procreation of the wicked
Twist of the known
Procreation of the wicked

Cain and Abel's love and death, Love and hate is what we are
Dagger and grail are- Fallen of the altar

Evidence of infinity
Procreation of the wicked
Twist of the known
Procreation of the wicked

"Mysteries of perversity"
"I've killed this old man, because he limped
I've done it because he shouldn't have to do it"

If god raised the abyss, you'd procreate your own
Abolism of death is, Abolism of life

Evidence of infinity
Procreation of the wicked
Twist of the known
Procreation of the wicked


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"Procreation (Of the Wicked)" as written by Martin Stricker Gabriel Fischer Thomas

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    General CommentLove the beginning so much!!
    xbraindamageon February 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwow amazing song. really good.
    the band likes the lyric "love and hate is what we are."
    its even on there myspace (i hate myspace.)
    wally the walruson August 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is a comment, I think, on the absurdity of the idea of "original sin" and a general comment on the human condition. It's also a comment on the idea that all experiences in life - whether "wicked" or not are valid.
    carcassianon January 19, 2009   Link
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    General Commentwhat is Abolism?
    ghjkgkon August 06, 2015   Link

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