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She's stained with cum and beer
dress torn, hair in knots
laughter mixed with hatred
as her love begins to rot

Blood flows from a head wound
from the only one she trusts
laughter mixed with hatred
as her steel heart starts to rust

(Babylon, Babylon, blessed is He
who kills your infants to set us free)

she is
the mother of all things
she is
the soul who'll ever sing
she is
my one, my all, my everything
she is, she is
Omega

Her spit is acid rain
kisses poison dew
ecstatic and helpless
at the storm clouds passing through

Lightning streaks the night sky
as the Goddess shows her face
ecstatic and helpless
as her heart beat changes pace

(My love, into your heart, commend
a broken spirit you can mend)

she is
the mother of all things
she is
the soul who'll ever sing
she is
my one, my all, my everything
she is, she is
Omega

Omega
Omega
Omega, she is
Omega, begin
Omega, the end
Omega, defend
Omega

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http://twothirdsleft.wordpress.com


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The following comments are for "Omega (mechapocalypse)"
by JonnyT

Omega
there are some great lines in this, both sets of bracketted lines being my favourites. It's harsh this is, but it sweeps you up and packs a punch... I'm a sucker for the throbbing brutal punk song, me.
Thanks for these racey, pacey helter-skelter lyrics

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: October 30, 2006 )





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