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One long damn waste faked ascension
I am almost over you
Don't worry about the sins of man
Or the right thing we should do
I am bristling with fervent hatred
Heeding now, my call
I'm a doberman of systems now
that are far beyond control

Violence and victims
are just one small step between
Holding the gun and closing your eyes
to determine who will win
Once braved a summer of blood
I have cast away my soul
Never knowing which God
watches over me, unknown.


I won't stop until I have my prize
Don't need to think or care
Just need to own that pride
I am now lost to you I am now cast to the fires
Don't need to re-assign, courage to hold
the line.

CHORUS
I am all I am. I am all you are
Never failing, never fall
This is righteous, this is wrong
I won't stop until you are down

Once braved a summer of blood
I have cast away my soul
Never knowing which God
watches over me, unknown.

CHORUS
Sever all the strings of my consciousness
I have no plan to save my soul
Damnation. Gets me home...
I won't stop until you are down


Somewhere between defense and hatred
Lies your determined arch enemy
It seeks to claim all that you own and love
Taking all that you hold sacred

I won't take this
I won't take these lies
I won't take this
I won't take these lies

Bolder than the Gods of Greece
And more divine than Angels
I am bristling with all the rage
that was given at conception




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#2
I like this it has really good flow, which you often don't see in angry songs. I especially like how the first and last lines of the song rhyme. Also i have an advice for the second verse that starts with "Violence and Victims". Is it possible to change that to read "Martyrs and Victims/aren't a step too far off/ holding the gun and closing your eyes/ or putting yourself behind the eightball" (or something to that extent). I feel like changing it to something including the word "Martyr" would serve as a great lead in to the rest of the verse, especially with the whole "never knowing which God is watching over me" ideology.