Gengis Capote

(October,27,1968 / Havana, Cuba)

All In The Grave

We shall ride through the land
Holding our crosses high on one hand
And our swords in the other

We shall ride for the kingdom of heaven
Slaying Woman, Children and Man
For our promise land

Ride to the East
The promise land
Killing Palestinians
Wiping out their kind

We shall ride
On white horses
Stain with blood
To our souls are drowned
Consumed by war

Oh we shall ride!
To the last man
Has left from our nation
All for the Kingdom Of Heaven

Oh We shall pay!
Pay for our sins
When the East kills with bombs
In the streets of Iraq

Buildings that once touch the sky
Well be trembling down to the ground
As the Angel call Lucifer
Revelations 101

Pay with our lives
Our jobs and economy
All for the Kingdom of Heaven

When will you stop?

When were all in the grave
For the Kingdom Of Heaven

Submitted: Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Edited: Sunday, April 04, 2010

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