Ehimika Ehimigbai


Appeal to Terrorist


APPEAL TO TERRORIST(Terrorism is Suicide)

Killing is living
A ridiculous concept
A ridiculous concept
Please think twice
Terrorism is suicide

Be a man that makes
Build for God's sake
Terrorism is global relationship ache
Suicide is fake

You terrorist
How many can you kill
Can't change our priority
Even the least
Stop, lets make a deal
cos terrorism is suicide

We believe in dialogue
We could gain
from your opinion
Never be egocentric
to gather a flock
In peace comes great unionism

Don't die like trash
Risk suffering like Lucifer
Nothing good comes by danger
Terrorism is suicide

Submitted: Friday, March 15, 2013

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