(Reverse message)
Turagoon
Feed the rats
Huragoon
Skin the cats
Meckle heckle Lucifer
Heckle meckle crucifer
Meditate
Body weight
Humiliate
Casterate
Contemplate
Hate
Decapitate
Segregate
Poison
Venom
Vixen
Pleasure
Vortex
Vomit
Vultures
Treasures
Hex of fire
Hex of pain
Hex of losses
Hell will gain
Blood of children
Blood of pig
Dig Solomon, dig dig
Dig your grave
Be my slave
Lot of wicked spirits rave

Blackest magic leave my soul
Give my angels all control
Blackest magic let me be
Keep your black tongue off of me
Blackest magic drop your chain
May you never speak my name
Blackest magic watch you cower
Bite your tongue and holy power

Why?
When people witness magic
They'll ignore it, and say it never happened
Only thing they'll believe is what's tragic
God throws it, nobody wanna catch it

I go East, you go West
And the moon follows both of us
Pyramids, circle crops
Hundred ton Stone Henge blocks
Volanic lava, earthquakes
Weather causes aches
Music, love, the unseen drugs
Fuckin' lightning bugs
Hypnosis, ESP
Mental telepathy
Amityville, Northern Lights
Blood red moon lit nights
Rings of Saturn, the black hole
Mind over body control
Exorcisms, Mary's cryin'
Unknown objects flyin'

Blackest magic leave my soul
Give my angels all control
Blackest magic let me be
Keep your black tongue off of me
Blackest magic drop your chain
May you never speak my name
Blackest magic watch you cower
Bite your tongue and holy power

Why?
When people witness magic
They'll ignore it, and say it never happened
Only thing they'll believe is what's tragic
God throws it, nobody wanna catch it

Frozen fire
Calm me down
Frozen fire
Show me around
Candle wax drip like tears
For over one thousand years
Monkey blood
Sweet and hot
Take me to my spot
Cage
Rage
Devil has my tounge
Heaven's bells have now rung
(Reverse message)
Blood of children
Blood of pig
Dig Solomon, dig dig
Dig your grave
Be my slave
Let the holy spirits rave

Blackest magic leave my soul
Give my angels all control
Blackest magic let me be
Keep your black tongue off of me
Blackest magic drop your chain
May you never speak my name
Blackest magic watch you cower
Bite your tongue and holy power

Blackest magic leave my soul
Give my angels all control
Blackest magic let me be
Keep your black tongue off of me
Blackest magic drop your chain
May you never speak my name
Blackest magic watch you cower
Bite your tongue and holy power

Blackest magic leave my soul
Give my angels all control
Blackest magic let me be
Keep your black tongue off of me
Blackest magic drop your chain
May you never speak my name
Blackest magic watch you cower
Bite your tongue and holy power
Catch it


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    cigaM kcalB... bad ass song, man. all about magic and what it is and... i have no f.ckin idea. hahaha... i don't know much about that dark magic and all that necronomicon sh.t. but... it is an awesome, awesome song!!

    ICPLovesMeon July 22, 2002   Link
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    this IS a sweet song. it talks about how everyone just blocks away how cool the world really is.

    scapegoat_88on May 24, 2004   Link
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    This is more Grimoires of Solomon's magick as talked about in the song Ali Baba. It's the Black Magic used by REAL magicians like Crowley. It's about how people don't belive in magic when it's right under their noses.

    JVelveton March 19, 2009   Link

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