Wolkine Stany

Rookie (November 26,1991- / St. Mark, Haiti, Elizabeth NJ)

Against Lucifer


Who is the biggest loser among them all
Who wants to rule but end up to tremble and fall
Lucifer is his name the king of all evil who will burn in lake of flame
Dare to join him you shall be tortured the same
The devil was stupid enough to try and challenge Jesus
Lucifer was his name and through sin he will try to defeat us
Yearn to crush lucifer's goals and plans
Get him mad by joining forces with Jesus the son of man
Don't ever fear lucifer his plans are scams
Don't even trust lucifer, he is the reason of all sins
Shut your mouth lucifer femme la bouche
We all know you're loser you can never tell the truth
Lucifer the ruler? the devil is a liar!
Lucifer go alone to burn in the lake of fire!
Forever and ever where you can no longer kill the faith of a believer

Submitted: Monday, May 17, 2010
Edited: Monday, June 25, 2012

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