Save a sin...
Save A Sin for when Death Embrace - Like an angel you move without trace
Save A Sin for when Death Embrace - Like the sand of time Death stops mankind
Save A Sin for when Death Embrace - How hollow is the man when The angel Demand...
Save A Sn for when Death Embrace - A spark of hate triggers their face
Save A Sin for when Death Embrace - The redeemer is going Conquer the place
Save A Sin for when Death Embrace - Speak your name without any shame...
Save A Sin for when Death Embrace - He is too afraid to lose his fame...
Save A Sin for when Death Embrace - Will you wakeup and cut the chase?
Save A Sin for when Death Embrace - A penny saves the poor when the begger is not sure...
Save A Sin for when death Embrace - like every question like every answer death may toll its bells upon you
Save A Sin for when death Embrace - Who is it that can save you when DEATH is Heading towards you?
And question is left unanswered 'who can stop The train of Doom when it takes ur soul and moves you away'
YOU MAY REST IN PEACE
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