I am the one, Orgasmatron The outstretched grasping hand My image is of agony My servants rape the land Obsequious and arrogant Clandestine and vain Two thousands years of misery Of torture in my name Hypocrisy made paramount Paranoia the law My name is called religion Sadistic, sacred whore
I twist the truth, I rule the world My crown is called deceit I am the emperor of lies You grovel at my feet I rob you and I slaughter you Your downfall is my gain And still you play the sycophant And revel in your pain And all my promises are lies All my love is hate I am the politician And I decide your fate
I march before a martyred world An army for the fight I speak of great heroic days Of victory and might I hold a banner drenched in blood I urge you to be brave I lead you to your destiny I lead you to your grave Your bones will build my palaces Your eyes will stud my crown For I am Mars, the God of War And I will cut you down
Writer/s: Michael Burston, Philip Camp, Peter Gill, Ian Fraser Kilminster
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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AnonymousI full agree with this guy! Iam 50 and this song gos to my heart the truth is in this song! Iam unnmess in that!
Supersoareyz from Under The Moon That LooksThis song is one of the most profound lyrics I've ever read and listened to. It makes so much sense to me. I revere it. I am 66 years old and will never feel this song speaks anything but the truth.
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