G PAUL FISHER

Rookie - 60 Points (13-02-1968 / Parkstone)

Cash Abundance To Him


God is the miracle
God can do anything
God everybody backs

Beautiful obedient sensuous girls
Wishlist articles gifts and treats
Cash abundance and marijuana too
Such things will be brought to he
To God the man, the magic, the maker

Abundance in his bank account
Real cash millions, amazing amounts
Wonderful sportscars motorcycles boats
Perhaps an old fortress a beautiful house
Quality gifts a quality lifestyle without doubt

Amazing skills and abilities
Businesses and magic expertise
Acquisitions and abundance
He gets what he wants
His magic is invincible successfully

Gold and joy and intelligence and wit
Beautiful women with firm thighs and pert tits
A plethora of everything he enjoys
Quickly be brought to god, this man
He will have and keep and acquire, that's the ploy

Success with inventions and ingenuity
Common sense, wisdom infinite skill
God masters all magic successfully
That is his place that's obvious, plain
What god wants god will always gain

God always absolutely gets what he wants

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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