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Let me, let me tell you a story Of my younger brother In the dark seas in diaspora of the broken That only needs the attention of the chosen Let me, let tell you a story He was born a man with sanity He was born a man with serenity He was born a man with humanity. Let me, let me tell you a story He was baptized in the name of thy cross But he rebelled it all To a fearful shrine in the night of the ball Let me, let me tell you a story He was bathed on the bleeding nature Homeless, hopeless and penniless Maybe is a reason he become the ruthless Let me, let me tell you a story He bows for gods under ocean of nobility He was worships on the altar of mortality Through fire of the spirits that hates the trinity Let me, let tell you a story He is a flying cobra on its pinnacle Inducted by the blood of the oracle And a burning venom in unseen world Let me, let me tell you a story He takes the blood and flesh for loyalty To discover, to develop, to deliver the calamity In the Christianity valley that he trips through serpent Let me, let me tell you a story It's a denomination of the magical spell And he strongly believes its radical hell That only needs the blood of the Almighty. Let me, let me tell you a story He explores the shores of the dark land To fish the ambassadors as per command So take care you may not fall in this snare. Let me, let me tell you a story That is all of my younger brother If you meet him anywhere as a father Please tell him God still loves him.

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