You think you did something great.
You think you brought down one and two of our famous buildings.
You only united American people, and made us even more determine to take you out!
You think you destroyed us as being the biggest country.
You only made us stronger more loving group of Americans.
O Yeah! the Americans, and others who where killed by your plan.
GOD USED THOSE SOULS FOR ANGELS!
You think you have us running scared, you better think again.
We Americans have you running, ducking, shitting, hidding.
Don't get it twisted you didn't do nothing, that we as Americans won't
stand tall from.
With help from Jesus we'll become greater than ever.
X Out Terrorist!
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