Doomsday Jesus

Album: The Blessed Hellride (2003)
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  • Kill your past and all you thought you knew
    Blacked out, hatred running through & through
    Horsemen rolls, tomorrow's fading fast
    Make damn sure, ain't nothings gonna last

    Ohh
    Ohh
    Doomsday Jesus we need you now
    Ooh
    Ooh
    Doomsday Jesus we need you now

    Souls that bleed have nowhere left to run
    Blind the crucifix and shoot the gun
    Generals speak, we leave a trail of dead
    Keep on killing 'til there's nothing left

    Ohh
    Ohh
    Doomsday Jesus we need you now
    Ooh
    Ooh
    Doomsday Jesus we need you now Writer/s: ZACHARY P WYLDE
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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