How much hate can we take day after day?
The blackness has covered the earth with its sins
Children don’t need to know this feeling yet
It’s scare to the good but welcoming to the evil
How can we live knowing all this hate in the world?
How can we stand and know that blood is being spilled by the innocent
How can we let the tears of mothers fall onto there sons graves
Are we proud of who we kill and whose souls we steal?
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