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We are our own wicked gods With little g's and big dicks Constantly inflicting a slow demise Sadistic stick it to my ribs I'll spread me open We try to die Are all your infants in abortion cribs We run like roaches I know your poison in our space we'll Don't tell your momma that I brought you here You're on the other side now There ain't no going back now Don't tell your momma that I brought you here boy!
We run like roaches I know your poison in our space we'll lie Don't tell your momma that i brought you here 'Cause there ain't no going back now Don't tell your momma Don't you tell your mamma! Don't you tell your mamma! Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world Until on one day they ain't precious and innocent any more Jesus loves the little children of the world Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world Until on one day they ain't precious and innocent any more Jesus loves the little children of the world All the Christian soldiers marching in the cold Wear the cross of Jesus while marching on and on Don't you tell your mamma that I came here and I put this in you!
Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world Until on one day they ain't precious and innocent any more Jesus loves the little children of the world There's no earthly way of knowing which direction we are going There's no knowing where we're going or which way the wind is blowing Is it raining? Is a hurricane a-blowing? Not a speck of light is showing so the danger must be growing Hey Jew, let me thank you for wasting our time!
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Morganna is also totally not one of those people who immediately forgets her mission because of a man. Her emotional thawing is gradual and believable — a real pleasure to watch.
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I go to Newnham College, which is very strongly connected to the issue of female suffrage, and it was great to read a historical romance where Votes for Women is an integral part of the plot. Merlin Lambourne is an eccentric genius — and possibly the only hope England has of defeating Napoleon. This is a slightly odd book, but undeniably wonderful.
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Set during the infamous Tang Dynasty of China, this book features a sweet romance against a backdrop of intrigue and plotting royalty. He expects to be bored stiff.
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Najja is a great heroine, and Burke writes some excellent sexual tension between her and Colin. The entire concept of her training and occupation makes this one of the more unusual historical romances! A wager presents itself.