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After a factory dismantling job Narbone 1993 (2011)

With the shud-thudder of the yellow air compressor coming down to Earth. With the sulpher eating scafolding, Look through your black teeth, Silver in the wind. A blue glint of plastic,the day sky shes folding,bent up double, sick with what shes seen today.380 volts, goat cheese, chateau Neuf de pape. Five wasted lives on paper, Suffer from the broken ouef. Only rats resist and live in these foul stations. A hundred thousand people die, to save future generations. I had to shave off my beard and my mouth pisses bloody tears. The promise I made for a wholesome life,is overdrawn, in arrears, And still I make demands.



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