Leslee Ann Summers


Never Ending Killing


Never ending killing
Even more than we are whiling

The innocent being sacrificed
Will we ever be satisfied
Has the war just begun
It’s taken every breath from our lungs

Never ending killing
Even more than we are whiling

Have you heard all the songs
Written about what’s going on
Can you see their people crying
Can you hear our people sighing

Never ending killing
Even more than we are whiling

Most were thrown out of there homes
Some children left all alone
As we lay restless in our beds
The thought of him keeps appearing in our heads

Never ending killing
Even more than we are whiling

We all know he’s still out there
The killer form our nightmares
The bombs lay in the hay
While helpless children go astray

Never ending killing
Even more than we are whiling

Submitted: Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, February 15, 2011
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