sasoom, sassom, sa-sasoom

something may appear, listen hard, it's right in here
something may have wings, these are ordinary things
something may come clear, when you realize something here
something may appear, when you look right in here...
it's right in here...
when you raelize something is right in here
you will know that it's nothing you should fear
when you look into this thing we have found
you will notice that it leaps underground

he's so proud he reads aloud, to make his
words, to travel in herds, to right no wrong,
he's on his knees for you to please, his looks are
pure, he bleeds the cure, those holy hands
have other plans, he understands the meaning,

be best ta'get up on me
if you wanna pay the price
bless my soul and praise the lord
'cause the savior is so nice-
fool you'll be the devils slave
when satan comes to tempt ya'
you better pray to jesus
or the demons will exempt ya'

sasoom, sasoom

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