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PostSubject: DUST MAN DUST   Sat Oct 06, 2018 12:24 pm

It's just paining a lot, 
On the last day I'm gonna leave this world, 
It's just paining a lot, 
On the last day I'm gonna say no word, 
It's just paining a lot, 
On the last day I'm gonna leave my beloved family.


People will cry, on the day I'll die
Others will be shocked, blaspheming why? 
People will cry, on the day I'll die
Others will be laughing ‘Cos they are standing high.

Remember the serpentine, 
Enjoying with my friends while drinking wine, 
What about the Valentine? , 
My corpse inside golden coffin, nothing shines. 

Dust man dust, dust man dust
When I think of the last
I do cry!
Dust man dust, when I think of the last
I do cry!

People will carry my coffin
To the burial ground, 
The clergy man gonna say this
To the people around, 
I was the best man church never had before, 
I was an expert each and everything I know.

My nice cars and wife all gonna stick around
My nice shoes and suits and all that I found
Another guy will come and claim them all? 
And my name shall be forgotten O my soul? 

Will there be time really to say goodbye

My legal future ex-wife she gonna wonder why?
I’m gonna miss my lucrative orphan NGO
‘The time is up’ O voice of my Guardian Angel
 
Dust man dust, dust man dust
When I think of the last
I do cry!
Dust man dust, when I think of the last
I do cry!
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