Reprogrammed to Hate

Album: A New Era of Corruption (2010)
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  • Why have a plan for humanity when you haven't done anything yourself
    If I were you I'd run and hide because a beautiful darkness has arrived
    The one you call father is dead and gone, I slit his throat
    I slit his throat
    Resurrected him and did it again
    This bitter world is in my hands
    No false pretentiousness son of man will inhibit the structures
    I've devised Beneath the clouded smoke, beneath the acid rain
    The tombs of a fallen race are revived and reprogrammed to hate
    Reprogrammed to hate
    Why have a plan for humanity when you haven't done anything yourself
    If I were you I'd run and hide because a beautiful darkness has arrived
    The one you call father is dead and gone, I slit his throat
    I slit his throat
    Resurrected him and did it again
    These drones of hell will rid the smell of putrid human failure
    Man is his own worst enemy
    How could you hope, how could you dream for such impossibilities
    Man is his own worst enemy
    Man is his own worst enemy
    Man is his own worst enemy
    What doesn't kill you makes you a victim of eternal torture
    What doesn't kill you makes you a victim of infernal flames
    This isn't a plea for power, it's the beginning of a revolution
    The revolution of extermination, the revolution of total control
    I have nothing, nothing to hide, I am the alpha and the omega
    I have nothing, nothing to hide, the present with no afterlife
    Why have a plan for humanity when you haven't done anything yourself
    If I were you I'd run and hide because a beautiful darkness has arrived
    Why have a plan for humanity when you haven't done anything yourself
    If I were you I'd run and hide Writer/s: Alex Wade, Ben Savage, Gabe Crisp, Kevin Lane, Phil Bozeman, Zach Householder
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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