The Duel

You believe in god, I believe in free will. I donít believe morality can be bought or sold But if you define it as religion Millions of people will pay for it all

Iím not anti-Christ. I just donít put faith in. Fairytales, water to wine youíre taking control of everything secular country no longer envisioned in graves fathers roll.

But my feelings are lost in your eyes. Your self-righteousness clouds the fact that you are wrong and thereís something thatís wrong with anyone who thinks that religion and hypocrisy, are not even the same disease. Of course the thoughtless falling for the play will believe anything

One under god, superior nation. Now weíre broke, a fucking joke, weíve short sold our souls. Commercialized, consumerism. Trading our rights for a remote control. Blind leading blind, rich getter richer, trickle down has trickled up and left a huge hole. The middle class, have become classless, the fat cat jackasses have ruined it all

But my feelings are lost in your eyes. Your self-righteousness clouds the fact that you are wrong and thereís something thatís wrong with anyone who thinks that religion and hypocrisy, are not even the same disease. Of course the thoughtless falling for the play will believe anything

But my feelings are lost in your eyes. Your self-righteousness clouds the fact that you are wrong and thereís something thatís wrong with anyone who thinks that religion and hypocrisy, are not even the same disease. Of course the thoughtless falling for the play will believe anything

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