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… … Oh, my friend, you’re going down,
Like a whirlpool, like a pool,
In your world, as if in the abyss,
And you will perish, and you will perish!
And there’s no trace of you on earth or in heaven
Not a trace, not a trace, not a trace,
There’s not a shred of land left for you,
And your name will never be remembered by the people.
And there’s no trace of thee on earth or in heaven.
Not a trace of thee, not a trace of thee!
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