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Bidding You a Farewell

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Bidding You a Farewell

Bidding You a Farewell 
Written by D. W. Breidenthal 

Let's see this scene unfold:

Oh! Have mercy on my soul
And release the tension in my 
skull

I bid you a farewell 
Where do your heart dwell? In 
heaven or hell?
Are you a fallen angel?
Are you unstable?

You transported high on cloud 7
Like an escalating elevator, 
since I had no where to roam
You were my pleasant haven I 
called my home
You lift me high above the 
soiled ground 
You and I had pure brotherly 
love...
There's hidden treasure that's 
dying to be found 

Oh! Have mercy on my soul
And release the tension in my 
skull

I bid you a farewell 
Where do your heart dwell? In 
heaven or hell?
Are you a fallen angel?
Are you unstable?

Spread your velvet wings...
And see what hope and faith 
brings...
Reach to the vibrant universe
Though the roof's above our 
head...break that barrier and 
sift away that midnight curse...

Oh! Have mercy on my soul
And release the tension in my 
skull

I bid you a farewell 
Where do your heart dwell? In 
heaven or hell?
Are you a fallen angel?
Are you unstable?

Release the anxiety, banging at 
my cracked, rotting skull 
You're killing me with your 
pain, bud
Don't make me draw blood...

Oh! Have mercy on my soul
And release the tension in my 
skull

I bid you a farewell 
Where do your heart dwell? In 
heaven or hell?
Are you a fallen angel?
Are you unstable?

Sometimes, I have the urge to 
fly away from all my earthly 
problems 
And cherish you like gorgeous, 
radiant gems 

Oh! Have mercy on my soul
And release the tension in my 
skull

I bid you a farewell 
Where do your heart dwell? In 
heaven or hell?
Are you a fallen angel?
Are you unstable?

You are burnt down like a wooden table
ON FIRE
But, yet my heart burns on with desire

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