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jayne harris

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destiny


they all meet up in there blacked out cars
in the tomb to discuss what lives on mars
aswell as what was on the dark side of the moon
knowing that the end maybe coming soon
preparing to go deep down underground
just incase the flares of the sun come down

thee illuminati want your destiny
theyll be coming for you in the group of three
thee illuminati want you destiny
right now anyway how right now
thee illuminati want your destiny
theyll be coming for you in the group of three
thee illuminati want you destiny
right now anyway how right now

just never think that your all alone
your being mind controlled by your mobile phone
big brothers always got its eye on you
it knows exactly where you are and what you do
next thing you know we, ll have micro chips
then fly to differant planets in mercury ships

CHORUS

intellegant beings are amongst us now
we all need to open up are minds some how
myans always stated that there gods wound fly
drawings in caves of saucers in the sky
if u want the truth of the humanoid
guaranteed that disscusion will be null an void

CHORUS

the rich get richer as the poor get poorer
theyll inplant you brain so that they can explore ya
you people all get ready for this new world order
if you go to protest or intervene
thell cook you inside out with the microwave machine
control your mind forget about what youve seen

Submitted: Sunday, May 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts


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