The Lucifer Song

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The Lucifer Song

Submitted: December 18, 2006

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Submitted: December 18, 2006



" Passed a traveler under a tree ,
Perched above sat Lucifer’s three
Singing a monotonous melody :

The World is mine, The World is mine.
Have the apple, traveler, and world’s all glee.
Also bananas and grapes, all for free.
He’s blind, He is blind,
He is also deaf, the one you covet thee;
Dumb, for he never spoke--
Give yourself to me!

Oh ! is it blasphemy
Come to me, come to me.
Phew ! Fools galore thy Lucifer three:
We HERE are worse than thee. "

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