Album: Low in High School (2017)
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  • Realize if you're happy
    Jesus sends you straight to hell


    And should you dare, enjoy your body
    Here tolls Hades welcome bell

    You've found a middle course existance
    We're all bones and flesh and shell

    I can't answer for what armies do
    They are not you
    They are not you
    They are not you

    In other climes they bitch and whine
    Just because you're not like them

    The sky is dark
    For many others
    They want it dark
    For you as well

    Earth is just one big asylum
    An explodes a prison cell
    See us squirm in our own damaged spell
    You were born
    As guilty sinners
    Before you stood up right, you fell
    Put the fear of many gods
    In Israel

    Nature gave you
    Every impulse
    Who are virgin priests to tell
    Who, how to love
    How to live
    And they who reign, abuse, upon you
    Upon you
    They are jealous of you as well
    Love yourself
    As you should
    Israel Writer/s: Gustavo Manzur, Steven Patrick Morrissey
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Og from Uttoxeter, UkIt’s just a shame Israel’s buoyant culture is at the expense of the indigenous people. Thought provoking song
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