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    dots Submission Name: Labor Powerdots
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    Author: NoMartyr
    ASL Info:    18/M/Michigan
    Elite Ratio:    2.51 - 33/97/91
    Words: 133
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    dotsLabor Powerdots
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    Feeling Alienation
    Appendage of the machine
    Rendering no compensation
    For the blood you suck from me
    Not a matter of avarice
    Bed riddled with parasites
    Incapable of satiating
    Your bestial appetite

    Labor Power
    MASS STRIKE!
    Labor Power
    MASS STRIKE!

    Pig hoof in a jackboot
    Living his blue life
    This piggy protected the market
    And went home to his wife
    Protecting assets
    Serving austerity
    While the blood of the workers
    Oils up the machinery

    Labor Power
    MASS STRIKE!
    Labor Power
    MASS STRIKE!

    THE REVOLUTION STARTS
    AT THE BIT OF THE BRIDLE

    THE REVOLUTION STARTS
    AT THE BIT OF THE BRIDLE

    THE REVOLUTION STARTS
    AT THE BIT OF THE BRIDLE

    THE REVOLUTION STARTS
    AT THE BIT OF THE BRIDLE

    Labor Power
    MASS STRIKE!
    Labor Power
    MASS STRIKE!




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