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Hey people. My friend wrote a song for me and my other friends band, but our guitarist said it's not that good. Please tell me what you think.

Untitled.

As the moonlight tips the stage
I welcome you to a newer age
that will be introduced by rage
(Yell) that will explode from my ribcage

(Chorus)
we have arrived there’s no stopping the fire
it will burn you all to the ground
Kick you in the balls, your voice goes higher
set the dogs on you from the pound
Lookout this train ain’t gonna stop
my voice will make your eardrums pop
hot chicks out there remove your top
cut off your legs and watch you hop

Verse 1
where’s the devil at
for him remove your hat
Darkness will surround the room
the bombs will drop from the sky
waiting… Silence… then boom
the girl in the corner will cry
that’s what we let
but from them there’s no regret
from trying to do good that’s what we get
prevention of movement as if in a net
lying …dying on the floor
waiting for that nurse
To just walk through the door
or just call the hearse
((that was the end of 1 verse))

Verse 2
what are you doing
yes you rich man
I’m sewing”
is that your plan
reply’s with no
I don’t believe you tho
how can I prove I’m not a crow
take this money its something to throw
no I want do it I aren’t pro
there you admitted it now you can go
he left I helped the one that was alone
you could even say I gave him a bone
niceness goes a long way
if it doesn’t repay
it will do so the next day
so you in the crowd what do you say.

(Chorus)
we have arrived there’s no stopping the fire
it will burn you all to the ground
Kick you in the balls, your voice goes higher
set the dogs on you from the pound
Lookout this train ain’t gonna stop
my voice will make your eardrums pop
hot chicks out there remove your top
cut off your legs and watch you hop

Verse 3
we have been sent to heal
From the devil himself
to light up room to reveal
so place our picture on your shelf
now say after me
I will not tease
from just what I see
I will please
and have manners at tea
now get off your knees
and remember
reactions fill my curiosity