Alien Zoo

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Run, Prince!


Break the chains
The devil will hold nothing in is hand
Prison won't keep me away anymore
Split, behind the devil's back, and trust in the promise

Now that you've stood against
The devil wants you back
And now that you've stood against
The devil wants you, back
The devil wants you
The devil

Run!

God's promise is up there,
on the top of that mountain!
And that mountain beholds the beginning and the end
A lake springs, from all the tears that will be shed
And gave life to the woods, wich know no mercy for the lost
The king and his daughter have been waiting there for two days
for the wedding.

A prince, only selfacknowledge through the waters,
Must become king, over itself for the end and new beginnings

A prince must be crowned
And a princess must be wedded
By her father who is king
A promise god has given
On the mountain, wich beholds the end, and new beginnings

Submitted: Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, October 20, 2009
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