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Richard Merrell

Rookie (17/07/1949 / SYDNEY)

Zombies


ZOMBIES
are the dead who walk
dressed in the burial shroud

ZOMBIES
are the dead who walk
stinking corpses who are proud

ZOMBIES
are the dead who walk
They exist in every way

ZOMBIES
are the dead who walk
I see them every day

ZOMBIES
are the dead who walk
I heard what Yeshua said

ZOMBIES
are the dead who walk
'Let the dead bury the dead'

ZOMBIES
are the dead who walk
but this is what I say

ZOMBIES
can stop being dead -
believe on Yeshua today! ! !

Matthew 8: 23

Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2012

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