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My Prayer, When Did I Became Such A Goat?


I used to be so strong
But a soft breaze
broke all of my walls
to the ground

My memorries are messengers
And they told me
that I have a disease

Wondering, but I don't know
psychotic episode
unto the streets
into the woods
inside an inner war

So far away from light
But I keep running into the dark
Can't stop my own two feet

I lost my place
These strings are hard to cut through
I was warned several days
When did I became such a goat?

Oh god please, undo this
All of these terrible mistakes I made
Don´t let this be my last time to breathe again
Don't leave me, here astrayed, abandoned to die

Oh god, save me

Am I still your child?
Father, undo this
Father, help me please
Father, forgive me
My god....
Your
son's
blood
Jesus
Chr ist
Undo my sins
Undo the sins
Father....

Father....

Submitted: Saturday, October 17, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, October 21, 2009
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  • Rookie Deodath Debideen (10/18/2009 1:53:00 AM)

    Very potent request. Perhaps the FORMULA for remission of SINS is applicable. Very well scripted! (Report) Reply

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