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ashley roberts

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Greed leads to hate


Every person who wants power is at war

For any power that could give control Evan more

They fight for money for control they want it all

they fight to get rich but in the end they all will fall

They carry on going out and getting in wars

Carry on hurting and hating just for a little bit more

To give what they want what they feel that they need

Fill up there wallets there hate is controlled by there greed

The need for power every day every god dam little hour

They control this planet they control the hating and power

What i say is the good take control this day....this hour

Submitted: Friday, March 07, 2008
Edited: Sunday, June 14, 2009
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