Michael Fischer

Rookie (March 30,1987 / Buffalo, New York)

The Gunpowder Plot (Let This Be A Lesson)


Your idea's liked by us,
but son, you know too much.
If you won't be a slave,
we'll send you to your grave!

In good versus evil,
evil always prevails!
Because there is no good,
evil always prevails!

Don't let him up on stage;
He'll end our golden age.
The world's not ready yet;
Take him out, he's a threat!

In good versus evil,
evil always prevails!
Because there is no good,
evil always prevails!

The bodies pile up;
everyone knows too much.
The world's not ready yet;
Take them out, they're a threat!

In good versus evil,
evil always prevails!
Because there is no good,
evil always prevails!

The world's not ready yet;
The world's not ready yet!
Let this be a lesson;
Your product's a lemon!

Submitted: Monday, June 23, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, October 01, 2008

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