Treasure Island

Dexsta Ray


The Twilight


Last time man kind was lost
Thank God Noah didn't have a mind as soft
Can't see why Peter would deny the cross
Three times
He lied to his face
Aware of the message my Father tried to embrace
Trying to make amends
My Father and a consecrated friend
Can't let my testimonies stay within
By the twilight
There's a process to pass
Which is all about consistency
Not rocking too fast
Say
The strongest soul survives
We can't stop when it's bad
If you're on the right track then you'd drop into last
And I try to take the time to see the positive side
But people won't believe the prophets like a lot of them lied
We could be forewarned of disaster
But won't pay attention until the devastation after

Submitted: Monday, April 01, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 01, 2013
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