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Wicked and Wild

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Wicked and Wild

Notice how your standards have have doubled? 
past perception reveals correction when strong minds are troubled. 

Ah yet mind cannot travel without spirit, and though you hear it, 
doubtful if God's ship presented you would even steer it. 

Take note where your fruit starts growing, 
for the root provides heart with knowing. 

Doubtful you will relocate any time near, 
the more blurry your vision the further mine clears.

Its simple to smile when justifying like a child. 
that impression of regression leaves you wicked and wild.

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