Bacchanalia
by Down

Album: Down IV - Part Two (2014)
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  • Ringing...of glory
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    Worship this left to rise
    Deeper flow than this institution

    Unfamiliar, kill the mister
    Train the trickster
    In the kingdom
    In this part, yeah
    Every kid here knows...
    Creeping on the legacies of...
    One day's repetition on Sunday
    It's no reason even that it is performed
    Bacchanalia

    Swallow in ruins a sea of poison
    Stooping at the doorway...
    Mouth to feed

    There is an ocean waiting
    And the wind blows
    And the wind blows
    There is an ocean waiting
    And the wind blows
    And the wind blows

    There is an ocean waiting
    And the wind blows
    And the wind blows
    There is an ocean waiting
    And the wind blows
    And the wind blows Writer/s: BILLY STRANGE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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