Back From Hell

Dante And Virgil In Hell by William-Adolphe Bo...
Dante And Virgil In Hell by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1850) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

You threw me down a Well

 

And thought I’d Just Stay

 

I clawed My Way Back from Hell

 

Just To Make Your Day

 

 

 

You can shun me

 

You can stun me

 

But you can’t break me

 

I Paid the price to own me

 

 

 

Who Needs a broken wing

 

When I have voice that can sing

 

Keep your pompous war of words

 

One Day you will all fall on your swords

 

 

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