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Sweet Dreams I Wish To Have In A Much Longer

Sweet dreams I wish to have in a much longer When the ticking clock of live ticks not any longer when the fresh and healthy air has no use any longer And when the wishes and worldy dreams turns into reality When the light of the world beginhs to deminish slowly Whe the eyes of women continuous to water prefusely when the hearts of men gets broken with no remedy When the world is finaly closed for me certainly And when the breathe is made its final tune And it is then the time to give up the ghost I wish then to have sweet dreasms in a much longer When the rich and the poor are sent down into body of the ground Then will I be taken to a place where the time never flows The heaven is always blue and the rivers always flows The air never comes to not and the breathe never seiz to count A place where the eyes comes to see what the ears used to hear Where the deeds of the righteous and the wicked are made plain and clear Where men shall be succumb to account for that which they used to do True families turns to rejoice, dejected families each other they turns to haunt I wish to have left saddened families behind gladly Wishing that, worried friends were seeing that which I am seeing I wish to be laughing in joy and devils weeping prefusely in defeat With love will the angels welcome me and sang the song of victory And with peace the gates of the theavens will be showed to me graciously And sweet dreams I wish to have when I am made to have a good sleep in a much longer Awaiting the rapture, the final day and the awakening of the dead Taking them into the land of the living on the day of Judgement. When the ticking clock of live will never stop ticking any longer And surely death will never come to seize me any longer I wish to have sweet dreams in a much longer

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