Mary


“Mary, are you blind?
Mary, are you dying?
Mary, are you kind?
Mary, I am happy for you.
Mary, Mary, Mary;
the blind lady from the darkness.
You come slowly from the ground, as your eyes are stitched tight.
Mary, do you need a hug?
Mary, do you need a song?
Mary, are you ok for love?
If so, ask me anyways.
Drink the blood Mary, you need to love again.
I give you this, so your sins become red again.
Mary, Mary, Mary;
I like your moves.
Mary, Mary, Mary;
take me with you.
Mary, are you still here?
Mary, are you in hell?
Mary, are you walking slow?
Mary, come on home with me?
I give you dark love, so your body belongs to me.
Love you Mary, I own the darkness to it.”

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