AaI Harvey

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Live or die, I don't mind


Live or die, I don’t mind


Build a world out of playdo…
Live forever, until you don’t.
Listen to the deaf and speak to the dumb;
Break the unbreakable and lose all your charm.
Pickle a finger in a yellow glass jar;
So the police can see you went too far.


Lithium runs through my veins, to show me a new way;
See the beautiful rage, locked inside a cage, within my ugly face.
Nineteen sixty five, its time for our equal rights;
I have a dream and I am willing to march into a fight.


God is dead. I am not.
Worship me; I’m all you have got.
You are nothing, I am even less;
But together we shall become infinite.


Save my life and let the day waste away;
All Drag Queens on TV should be hung, or cut with razorblades.
Temptation proves you are a real person.
Are you like me, or would you just blindly jump in?


Beg for another day of life, before this one is gone;
Lose all your money.
Waste all your hope and never smoke! (no.)
Just write us another great song.



(C) 2011 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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