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"The Becoming"

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Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

A short while ago
I could never know myself
but now at the start of my life
I'll be so real

I'm just a real man
a sickman, a hopeful man
where do we see ourselves nowt in churches still inside of you
breaking in things we're shall not steal
I am childlike, I am Basil Brush

The becoming
Do you like it or not
Would you listen?
or be cock-sized

I open up the days of Thunder when I'm a UFO
But this Purple Rain it never goes away

Where do we see ourselves nowt in 92 million years backwards
Holding onto our seatbelts
Going on the rails of shit
I am shitful, you're so very best

You are this godspeed monster
these I have to know
You're boring
or are you just cock-sized


Are you a monster
or an Rastafarian (Maaaaaaaaaaan)
I'll like it better to be cock-sized



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