Prosperity Gospel

Album: Digital Garbage (2018)
  • Fuck the planet
    Screw your children
    Get rich
    You win!
    Build a prison
    Pack em in
    Get rich
    You Win!
    Mortgage crisis
    Steal people's homes
    Get rich
    You Win!

    [?] medicine
    Let it be death
    Get rich
    You win!
    Manufacture weapons
    Let it mean more death
    Get rich
    You win!

    Prosperity Gospel
    Prosperity Gospel
    Get rich
    You win!

    There's a loophole
    They've got a giant needle
    If you can pay the price
    They'll let you ride a camel through the eye
    There's a loophole
    They've got a giant needle
    If you can pay the price
    They'll let you ride a camel through the eye

    Prosperity Gospel
    Prosperity Gospel
    Get rich
    You win!
    Fuck off!

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