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I was born in West L.A. To a world all gone astray

Still the prettiest place right next to Disneyland

But any good was gone as we fought the devils spawn

Half the time we never even knew it.

You can’t call out the Invisible man

Until you take a stand.

 

Let him know that his filthy time is over.

Warriors on their knees Is what this battle needs

Remember that with you and God we’ll make it.

 

As I grew life made no sense

No logic to recompense

The ones in charge were empty-headed losers

Bad was good and No meant yes

As young men marched to their deaths

In battles that our leaders planned on losing.

 

You can’t call out the Invisible man Until you take a stand.

Let him know that his filthy time is over.

Warriors on their knees Is what this battle needs

Remember that with you and God we’ll make it.

 

At thirty-five one day I awoke in disarray

To see the many, many children missing,

Stolen across the land

To service the leaders command

Loved ones panicked with their hearts forever broken.

 

So come out you bastard man,

We all will take a stand.

Your warning is we’ll say What God would have us tell you.

Be it burn now or soon or later

You’ll be gone you worthless traitor

By the power of God your time is almost through!

 

CREDITS:

A poem by Michele Archer

Composed, Produced, and Performed by Zeph Daniel

 

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