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Prediator’s hill

The walking forbidden moon
The hour of the gong coming soon
Vampires in search of blood and crushing flesh
The end of the breathing pure life having nothing left
The end of humanity
The unleash in having no pity
Blood to strengthen Vampires souls
It doesn't matter whether young or old
Humans are our enemy
It's our time to reign for eternity
As we walk the night
Let our vision be clearly stated in sight
The night of torment and damned
Our leader Vampire Bob stated, “This is all at my command”
A blood thirst battle
It's the Vampires victory being at the saddle
We will be more than just fright
There will be quick death being the plight
We will be reborn
For years, we were in a continual yond
Eyes on flesh that was with a renewed life on what Vampires will become
Lightening being our signal to begin and a Vampires establishment until the end
The Predator's soul will become the Vampires behold and destiny our threshold.

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