Damaged Soul

Album: 13 (2013)
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  • Born in a graveyard adopted by sin
    I cultivate evil that's living within
    A preacher tried saving my black damaged soul
    Possessed by a demon that had full control

    The time it is coming when all life will end
    With doomsday approaching to hell we'll descend
    Religion won't save me, the damage is done
    The future has ended before it's begun

    Death's hand and the crazy, I can't stand the light of day
    Watching all the victims on their knees as they pray
    God of the almighty never answers their call
    Satan is just waiting for the righteous to fall to him

    I don't mind dying 'cause I'm already dead
    Pray not for the living I'll live in your head
    Dying is easy it's living that's hard
    I'm losing the battle between Satan and God Writer/s: JOHN OSBOURNE, TERENCE BUTLER, TONY IOMMI
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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