Some people suppress you
They parch you
And reap a disaster
Reeducation for the infants
Who demanded for an innocent instance

The great commandment
Shows the contempt
Between the world and their
Embarrassing pavement
Believe the scholars
Read the readings
Realize the man who says anything

The needies believe you
They treat you
Like survivors of a disaster
Reeducation for the infants
Who demanded for an innocent instance

The great commandment
Shows the contempt
Between the world and their
Embarrassing pavement
Believe the scholars
Read the readings
Realize the man who says anything

The great commandment
Shows the contempt
Between the world and their
Embarrassing pavement
Believe the scholars
Read the readings
Realize the man who says anything


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    MemoryHi I am Heiko Maile,

    Thanks for loving our brand, actually this song is for a memory of a man, whom we three- me, and my partners Marcus and Oliver brutally murdered in 80's we need to make money that time so we committed that crime & inscribed the scenarios in special ways, now we are guilty as we have become older and older our memories are getting stronger. Please I request the audience for apology and we are ready to surrender and follow law and order for this crime.
    Heiko_Maileon May 08, 2018   Link

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