The names have been changed to protect the innocent.
This is poison.
Manufactured for the general well being of the community.
You can kill what you can't see.
What can't be seen can't possibly exist.
Life uninterrupted, undecided, unanticipated.
Manufactured for the general well being of the community.
You can't kill what you can't see.
What can't be seen can't possibly exist.
You call this worldwide destruction?
I call it a mediocre excuse to force-feed pollution as a problem.
Colonize, monopolize, and destroy.
Compared to actual existence, this is child's play.
Screaming for an answer you're never going to get.
This is poison, this is battery acid.
Lies, lies, lies..


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Sun Poison And Skin Cancer Lyrics as written by Daniel Laskiewicz Christopher Daniele

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  • +1
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    mmmmmmm. good song.

    seano333on June 01, 2006   Link
  • +1
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    the outro is hella tight.

    xJOSHUAxon December 07, 2007   Link
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    How is global warming being manufactured for the general well being of the community though?

    It's more about religion.

    HtD_Sherlockon November 26, 2008   Link
  • -2
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    I think its saying that global warming is a big lie to make money. just a thought.

    zben504on May 15, 2008   Link

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