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Megathrust

Some would miscall it a phantom shift
God forbid you should have to sit in
on one of my psychotic episodes
I traded in my life savings for a collection of addictions
Does my vampire collar hide all of my electrodes?
Take cover,
'cause here comes the Big One,
officious f*cks
From social structure to moral thought
Everything's gotta be redone
from the bottom up
BLAST!
BLAST!
BLAST!
The awful sound of my serenade
Something like a symphony of mother-f*ck*n' concussion grenades
BLAST!
BLAST!
BLAST!
Cwn Annwn,
wolfpack of doom
March out from the pit
Cut a pathway through the populace soon
The scholars and scientists of today
will be spat upon tomorrow
just like we ridicule the fools of yesterday
(Chorus)
Subvert and subduct
continents crumbling
fractures in the crust
erupting a mile high
from the blast radius,
the mountainous megathrust
Twenty-Twelve
and Seven seals are cracked
Needles buried
on all seismographs
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Submitted on October 15, 2013

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I was borne in the soul of misery and I never had me a name... they just gave me a number when I was young... ***BANNED IN A HUNDRED THOUSAND COUNTRIES*** more…

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