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Dog-human

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Dog-human

Dog-human When the human dog attacks ya, The monkey brain goes slack, A savage dog is at ya, And instinct fills the cracks, Reflex is in gear? When a woman is being strangled, She will claw at his face, Thought’s of death entangled , Animal instinct interface! Instinctive action, fear! Animal bird protects her young, As the Goanna goes for her eggs, She dives and swoops to bring unstrung, And pecks his back and legs, Departing lizard, here? Duality means, 2 owners appear, Animal man, is only one, The spirit sane, controls the brain, Till passion interferes, And slaughter has been done? And conscience mourns de dumb, Too bloody late my dear? Spirit man is quite sincere, But brain control aint won, When the nasty dog, kills off a frog, The voices worry, some, Too late to interfere, The animal dog has 1 Don Johnson

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