Treasure Island

Chris Leermakers

(13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

The NATURE


Winning Isn’t Everything
In Order To Score
It Takes A Whole Lot
Then A Whole Lot More
Psyche Out The Foe
Question, You Will Know
Learn Out All You Can
You Must Put On The Show
Have You Learned Enough
To Take A Giant Puff
On Your Better One
The One With All The Stuff

You’ve Run Out Of Time
The Time To Act Is Now
Quench For Thirst The Lime
To Repeatedly Show Us How
You Are To Play The Game
Along, They’re All The Same
Some Enjoy The Fame
Pasted With Their Name
Oh My Dear You Lost


Well, Isn’t That The Cost
I Think I’ve Had Enough
Well, Throw It All Away
You’re Going Through A Phase
And On A Perfect Day
You’ll Work Out The Maze
The Labyrinth Within
I’m Thinking I Can Win
When The Time Is Right
You’ll Scream And Dance Right In
I’m In The Middle Now
The Dancing Of The Set
Look And Watch Me How
I Terminate The Bet
The Terminator’s Back
I’m Back And Just Look Out
For The Nature Of My Sack
Then The Nature Of The Spout
You See, You Paid The Cost
Of Playing To Win
You Won But Also Lost
Now You Know, You’re In…

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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