"One Thousand Days In Sodom" as written by and Conrad Lant Anthony Bray....
Unholy city a sinners delight
No-one was spared out of mind, out of sight
Hatred and slaughter, degradation and lust
Self destruction never counting the cost,
No-one knew the suffering
Behind the city walls
No-one heard the cry for help
No-one heard the call

One thousand days in Sodom
One thousand days in Sodom
The ways of god forgotten
One thousand days in Sodom

Children slaughtered daily there mothers by their sides
No mercy given no matter how they cried
The smell of death was near
It's presence ever near
The priests lay bound in chains no-one would ever hear,
No-one knew the blasphemy
The torture and the pain
No-one saw the madness
The priests, they died in vain

Day completes its cycle and night takes on its role
Satan's cloak shrouds the land and his children spill their fold
No golden cross of heaven
Or ancient key of kings
Could save the world of sinners when the midnight sabbath rings
Few could hear the suffering
And the pain of ripping flesh
But those who did were damned in hell
And breathed their final breath

One thousand days
One thousand years you've lived your life in hell.

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"One Thousand Days in Sodom" as written by Conrad Lant Anthony Bray


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    General CommentSodom and Gomorrah were two cities in the Bible which were destroyed by God.
    For the sins of their inhabitants Sodom, Gomorrah, Admah, and Zeboim were destroyed by "brimstone and fire from the Lord out of heaven" (Genesis 19:24-25). In Christianity and Islam, their names have become synonymous with impenitent sin, and their fall with a proverbial manifestation of God's wrath
    Sodom and Gomorrah have been used as metaphors for vice and sexual deviation. The story has therefore given rise to words in several languages, including the English word "sodomy", a term used today predominantly in law (derived from traditional Christian usage) to describe non-vaginal intercourse, as well as bestiality.
    sepultura1987on June 20, 2009   Link

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