I kissed you once. I kissed you again My heart it tumbled like the stock exchange Do you feel what I feel, dear? Mass extinction, darling, hypocrisy These things are not good for me Do you see what I see, dear?
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I Am Pilgrim Terry Hayes. The Warning James Patterson.
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Sister Rosamund Lupton. Review quote A real page-turner that confirms Robinson as a master of crime fiction. The sun is high up in the sky and I'm in my car Drifting down into the abattoir Do you see what I see, dear?
The air grows heavy. I listen to your breath Entwined together in this culture of death Do you see what I see, dear? Slide on over here, let me give you a squeeze To avert this unholy evolutionary trajectory Can you hear what I hear, babe? Does it make you feel afraid?