Justin Kopp


Blame The Undertaker


Corruption and lies
A devil by my side
Laughing at the pulpit
Their false gods and fragile idols
Worshipped my the masses of rotting flesh
Forgotten souls of lost widows
Beg forgiveness
For the wicked tongues of their husbands
Living in fear of the words from man
Buckling under the weight of sin
Some find hell in thought of heaven
Others find sin in thoughts of shame
A pure heart and a dirty mind
Is more desirable then the opposite

Submitted: Friday, July 27, 2012
Edited: Friday, July 27, 2012

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