Dead Embryonic Cells

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  • Land of anger
    I didn't ask to be born
    Sadness, sorrow
    Everything so alone

    Laboratory sickness
    Infects humanity
    No hope for cure
    Die by technology

    A world full of shit coming down
    Tribal violence everywhere
    Life in the age of terrorism
    We spit in your other face

    War of races
    World without intelligence
    A place consumed by time
    End of it all

    We're born
    With pain
    No more
    We're dead
    Embryonic cells

    Corrosion inside, we feel
    Condemned future, we see
    Emptiness calls, we hear
    Final premonition, the truth

    Land of anger
    I didn't ask to be born
    Sadness, sorrow
    Everything so alone

    Laboratory sickness
    Infects humanity
    No hope for cure
    Die by technology

    We're born with pain
    Suffer remains
    We're born with pain
    Suffer remains
    We're dead Writer/s: ANDREAS RUDOLF KISSER, IGOR CAVALERA, MASSIMILIANO A. CAVALERA, PAULO XISTO JR. PINTO
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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