PROLOGUE: "The only things worth learning are the things you learn after you know it all."
Harry S. Truman .

SPECIAL SERVICE: An Ecumenical Service will take place at Croagh Church on Sunday next October 11 at 2pm for all those who have died tragically. All are welcome.

are being held next Friday night in Galway. As a result I won’t be working in the salon on Fri 9th Oct or Sat 10th Oct. Fingers crossed.DEATH: We offer our sympathy to the family of Dan Murphy, New Street and formerly Leens Hotel whose funeral took place during the week. May he rest in peace.

AFTERNOON TEA DANCING: The monthly afternoon tea dance in Fr. Casey’s will be on Sunday, October 11 with music by Country Roads. All proceeds to Reilig |Ide Naofa. Dancing 3-6pm with teas served 4.30pm. Raffle. The graveyard committee would appreciate your support.

ANNUAL FASHION SHOW: Gala West Limerick Fashion Show in aid of invalid section of Limerick Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes will be held in Devon Inn Hotel Templeglantine on Wednesday, October. 7 Cheese and wine reception. Show starts @ 8.00pm. Lots of valuable prizes. Tickets €10 available from committee or at the door. Please support if you can.

HOW SAFE IS YOUR FARM: A seminar at the Devon Inn on Thursday, October 15 at 7pm., organised by Abbeyfeale and District Initiative and will feature the National Chairperson of IFA’s Farm Family Committee Maura Canning, the Development Officer with Muintir na Tire Diarmuid Cronin and James Clarke from Adare who survived a farm accident. This is a free event and refreshments will be served. All welcome.

CONGRATULATIONS AND CELEBRATIONS: The RTE Radio One documentary ‘Con Carey and the 12 Apostles’ has been shortlisted for a PPI award. Our own Mairead Heffernan of Main St. was the presenter and producer of the documentary about the death, burial and reburial of Brosna man Con Carey. It’s hard to credit and surely has never happened before but a second Abbeyfeale person is also in the running for a PPI award – Peter Curtin from Ballaugh who also produced and presented a documentary. This was on the Lyric Feature and entitled ‘Granny’s Intentions and the birth of the Irish Beat Scene.’ As most of our readers will remember (!), Granny’s Intentions were a beat group from Limerick in the ’60s that featured the great singer-songwriter Johnny Duhan as their 15 year old lead man. One of the songs that Duhan went on to write was ‘The Voyage’ which Christy Moore made famous and has been sung at many the wedding down through the years. The awards will be announced in Galway this weekend.

TOWN PARK NEWS: James Harnett of the Town Park committee writes “What great weather came our way last week! The park was full of visitors taking advantage of our Indian summer. If you happen to be in the park at about 7.00 p.m. keep an eye on the sky just over the park entrance, because at the moment the rooks are putting on a spectacular aerial display of flying in formation. Hundreds of rooks gather each evening and enact this ritual. Of course, the trees across the road from the park formed part of the estate of the late Dalton family, the last of whom, Jack died on November 5th. 1987. Jack lived at Dalton’s Cross with his brother Jim and sister Mollie. The family also owned a fine orchard, after which the housing estate known as The Orchard” is now called. Apparently the rookery is hundreds of years old and stories have been told of crows converging there from far and near, with even places like Lixnaw being mentioned. If you watch the skies all around Abbeyfeale at evening time you will notice all the crows flying in the direction of that rookery.”

ATHEA HORSE AND PONY RACING: Batsy Maher was in touch to say that a committee are planning on resurrecting the Horse and Pony Racing in Athea after 5 years on Sunday, October 11 next. The first race will be at 12.30pm and racing will take place on the lands of Micheal and Helen O’Keeffe. It promises to be a great family day out with loads of entertainment promised for the children. The O’Keeffe lands will be signposted from the village. Further information from Batsy on 087 6533857.

ICSA AGM: The AGM of the Limerick branch of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association will take place Wednesday, October 7th in The Desmond Complex in Newcastlewest at 8.30pm. Topics included for discussion on the night include BDGP, the Hen Harrier issue and mental health in farming. Further information from Chairman Seamus Sherlock 087 3854857.

CARD GAME: A card game will be held at Fr. Casey’s GAA club house on Friday night October 16 at 9pm sharp, in aid of Scoil Naomh Pádraig, Knocknasna, Parents Association. All support greatly appreciated.

BRIDGE CLUB: Abbeyfeale Bridge Club A.G.M will be held on Thursday October 15 at 7.30pm sharp in the Railway Bar, Abbeyfeale.

YOUTH CLUB NEWS: Abbey Angels are in St. Ita’s Hall on Friday night at 8 till 9.30pm. Teens Together are in St. Ita’s Hall on Saturday and the Yolo club are in the Sports Complex on Saturday night from 7.45 – 9.15pm.

DROMTRASNA CHALLEGE 2015: The Dromtrasna Challenge 2015 will take place on Saturday, October 17 starting at Dromtrasna National School. ALL proceeds go directly to Milford Hospice Fundraising Department, to help them with the tremendous work they do in their Care Centre in Milford and throughout the Midwest region. The Dromtrasna Challenge offers an opportunity to all members of the community to get involved in this event and support this very deserving cause through our 10K Run, 4K Walk/Run and our newly added 2K Kids Run. There is something for everyone in this year’s event. will be our guests at the Dromtrasna Challenge 2015. The lads will bring along the ‘The Cross of Cashel’ Trophy and will be available for autographs and photographs throughout registration. They will also run the 2km fun run with the kids. This is a unique opportunity to meet these lads and chat to them. We urge everyone to bring your flags and banners, wear your Limerick jersey and show our support for these lads fantastic achievement in bringing an All Ireland Crown back to Shannonside. The 2km kids run takes place at 1.30pm with registration commencing at 12.30pm. The 10K Run and 4K Walk/Run will start at 3pm with registration from 2pm. Hot refreshments will be served afterwards in the school. Members of the Limerick U21 Hurling Team, All Ireland Champions 2015, will be our guests at the Dromtrasna Challenge 2015. The lads will bring along the ‘The Cross of Cashel’ Trophy and will be available for autographs and photographs throughout registration. They will also run the 2km fun run with the kids. This is a unique opportunity for all Limerick fans to meet these lads and chat to them. We urge everyone to bring your flags and banners, wear your Limerick colours, set Dromtrasna alight in a sea of green and show our support for these lads fantastic achievement in bringing an All-Ireland Crown back to Shannonside. will be our guests at the Dromtrasna Challenge 2015. The lads will bring along the ‘The Cross of Cashel’ Trophy and will be available for autographs and photographs throughout registration. They will also run the 2km fun run with the kids. This is a unique opportunity to meet these lads and chat to them. We urge everyone to bring your flags and banners, wear your Limerick jersey and show our support for these lads fantastic achievement in bringing an All Ireland Crown back to Shannonside. It doesn’t end there, having conquered the Dromtrasna Challenge, the after party will take place in The Winners Circle Abbeyfeale at 10pm. Entertainment will be provided by popular Limerick based band SWITCH. We will have a barbeque and raffle on the night. Donations at the door for Milford Hospice. This is sure to be a great social occasion and definitely not to be missed. We urge everyone to get involved and lets all take that step for Milford….

PASTORAL COUNCIL MEETING: Pastoral Council Meeting on Wednesday, October 13 at 7.30pm in the Sacristy.

SUPPORT GROUP: Bereavement Support meeting in St Ita’s Hall next Thursday 8 @ 7pm. All are welcome.

AUDACITY: After tremendous performances at the Glórach, the cast of Audacity move on to St Johns Listowel before winding up this production. The Simon Mawdsley comedy thriller stars Conleth Dillon as Philip, a salesman who conjures up an audacious plot to rob a department store. The two men he tries to convince to take part in this heist are Dave, a brash businessman played with aplomb by Nick Cotter, and John, a bumbling and dithering character superbly realised by Denis Hobson.The plot gets thicker when Dave and Johns wives get involved, with two excellent performances from Annette O’Donnell and Elaine Hennessy as Gemma and Gilly. Lots of laugh, a good story and a few twists thrown into the mix, it was a pleasure to have the newly formed Abbey Players at the Glórach and a big thank you to everyone who supported the play. If you didn’t get a chance to see it, get to St Johns theatre in Listowel where Audacity plays for two further nights on Friday October 9 and Saturday 10.

CLASSES AND COURSES: Courses in Practical Gardening, Furniture Restoration and Computers began this week at the Abbeyfeale Community Education Centre. If you missed our information night last week, feel free to ring the centre at 068 31198 if you have any queries about courses.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYNMOUS: Alcoholics Anonymous are holding an open information meeting to the public at the Glorach Theatre, Convent Street on this Wednesday. Oct 7@ 8.30pm. Open to the general public for information Speakers from Alcoholics Anonymous and Anon . All are welcome.

YOUTH THEATRE: Calling out to all transition year students and upwards, a wonderful opportunity awaits you with the newly established youth theatre in AbbeyfealeYouth Theatre encompasses drama, poetry, monologues, public speaking, music, singing, make up, costume, lighting, camera, film, audition preparation etc it is an ideal way to meet, mix and explore new ideas with young adults around your own age. You will gain confidence and new skills without even realising it under the superb direction of Chris Fitzgerald. Chris has extensive experience of working with young people through youth theatre and film for many years now. Glórach Community Theatre every Thursday between 7 and 9 pm. Places are limited, for further details ring 0871383940.

COMPUTER CLASSES: If you approach the laptop with trepidation but still don’t want to be left behind in this age of technology, if you need to be able to communicate with family abroad or pay bills on line now is your chance to learn with Rosemary at the Education Centre every Wednesday. Registration this Wednesday from 10am – 3pm. Classes from 10-12. 30 or 1- 3pm. Further information 069 77636.

RETURN VISIT FROM TSB: The staff of Permanent tsb bank Newcastle West will visit Abbeyfeale on Friday October 9. Staff will be available to discuss all aspects of day to day banking from 9.30am to 5pm in New Street Abbeyfeale. For enquiries or to make an appointment please phone Deborah or Risteard on 087- 3931193.

FEALE FIT NEWS: Well done to all The Fealefit crew that took part in the Killarney Adventure Race last Saturday, a great achievement after all the hard months of training. If you wish to join Fealefit for training for any events please don’t hesitate to contact us. All event training is free of charge and open to all levels of fitness…see www.Fealefit.com for all details on training & upcoming events. Currently in training for Dublin Marathon, Listowel Half Marathon and the Dromtrasna Challenge plus much much more…Fealefit Halloween Kids Camp Runs October 28 – 30 from 11am – 3pm in Scoil Ide & Iosaf Abbeyfeale.

SPACE FOR JOBSEEKERS: Space for Jobseekers is a dedicated space for unemployed people to meet each week to share, vent, learn and socialize with people in the same boat. Group meets on a weekly basis and will include training, information sessions etc. The group is open to old and new members of all ages. Times are as follows: Abbeyfeale, The Old Tech, Room 10 on Mondays & Tuesdays 10 -12 noon. If you are interested in coming along to find out more, please contact Finn at West Limerick Resources on 069 61316/087 759 1951, or simply come along and see what it’s all about.

SET AND SOCIAL DANCE CLASSES: Set’s and social dance classes for beginners at Top of the Town Athea on Monday nights from 8-30 to 10-30pm. Set dancing for advanced dancers at the GAA Clubhouse, Abbeyfeale on Wednesday nights from 8-30 to 10-30pm.Social dance classes at The Railway Bar Abbeyfeale on Tuesday nights starting September 29 from 8-30 to 10-30pm. For further information contact 087-9267037/087-6101936.

CREATIVE WRITING: They say the pen is mightier than the sword. Why don’t you pick one up and join our writing group every Friday from 11-1pm at the Adult Ed Centre, Mountmahon. We write short stories, poetry etc. We had a very successful publication of our work a little over a year ago. There is no pressure on anyone and it is a nice social occasion with plenty of chat and tea as well. Anyone interested can register their name at 068 31198.

NEW MEMBERS WELCOME: Adult Choir Practice each Wednesday evening @ 8pm in the Parish Church.

ABBEY HERITAGE PROJECT; Abbey Heritage based in St. Ita’s Hall provides fetac (QQI) accredited modules to early school leavers and people of any age who wish to return to employment or move onto further education. New programme recruiting for ‘Pathways to Emplyment’ Level 4. Call 068 51790.

NEW SEASON OF TOASTMASTERS: If you hate the thought of standing up to speak at a meeting or getting a point across in company then Toastmasters could be the club for you. In it, you’ll get the chance to practice speaking in public within the confines of the group of people who attend the club and who are all on the same wavelength as yourself. Meetings take place on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday at the Desmond Complex in NCW from 8.30pm – 10.30pm. There’s always a cup of tea on offer and it’s a social night out with a chance to learn a skill that will carry you anywhere you want to go. Further information Charles 087 7972855. Next meeting takes place on Wednesday, October 7.

SINGING CLUB: West Limerick Singing Club are now holding their monthly singing session on the first Friday of each month at the Ramble Inn, Church St., Abbeyfeale from 9pm.

MEN’S SHED: The Men’s Shed is open every Monday evening from 6 -9pm. New members are always very welcome.

ABBEYFEALE PARENT & TODDLER GROUP: Abbeyfeale Parent & Toddler continues to meet in St. Ita’s Hall every Tuesday & Thursday 11.30 to 12.30pm. New parents and babies/toddlers are always welcome.

ABBEYFEALE PARISH CHURCH NOTES: Parish office 11-1pm Tuesday-Friday 068 31133. +Parish Support Worker 068/31019. Counselling Appointment 061/314213.Church 068/51915, Canon John O’Shea P.P.: Tel: 068 – 31157 : 087 – 9708282, Fr Joe Foley CC: Tel: 087 – 2618412. Mass Tuesday – Saturday at 10am except in the event of a funeral when Mass is 11am. Mass Monday at 7pm, Mass on Saturday 11am followed by Confessions, Vigil Mass 7pm, Sundays 9.30am and 12 noon. Thursdat 8.15am Ellen & William Herlihy. Friday 7pm Maureen Anderson Nee O’Connor recently deceased in Virginia. Saturday Mary Murphy, Radharc Na Feile Months mind. Intentions for next weekend Saturday 7pm Margaret & Michael Healy Grogeen, Matt & Josephine Daly and Mary & Phil Brennan. Sunday 9.30am Margaret Culhane, Knockbrack, Eileen & Timothy O’Donoghue, Ballybehy. 12noon Ray Stryker, Ned O’Connell and deceased family members. Monday 7pm Marian Shannon 1st Anniversary.

Novena to St. Joseph Monday at the 7pm evening Mass. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena each Friday morning at 10am. Adoration every Tuesday and Friday from 8am – 10pm and Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6-8pm. Next Friday is the First Friday, confessions Thursday after 10am Mass. The church Webcam is now officially switched on and broadcasting live. Almost anyone in the world can now view live broadcasts of events in Abbeyfeale parish church by logging onto www.churchservices.tv/abbeyfealeparish. A direct link from the parish website has been set up. You are asked to use car parking spaces in the Church car park before you start parking in the middle. St. Ita’s Spiritual Reading Group will meet in the Adoration Chapel on Wednesday 7 @ 2pm. This is a relaxed informal group, we would like new members to join us.

DANCING IN MONAGEA: Set dancing classes with Ita McQuinn every Thursday, from 8.30pm at the Parish Hall and continue until late Spring.

HISTORY LECTURE: Listowel & District Historical Society commences its Autumn programme of history lectures at the Seanchaí Centre on Thursday October 8with a lecture on ‘A History of Employment & Labour Laws in Ireland’ by Eddie Keane, Lecturer in Law at the University of Limerick. The lecture commences at 7.30 pm.

THEATRE: The Abbey Players, Abbeyfeale present the hilarious crime caper ‘Audacity’ at St. John’s Theatre, Listowel on Friday 9 & Saturday, October 10. Proceeds from Friday October 9go to the Seanchaí Centre. For bookings tel. (068) 22566.

FREE COURSE ON RADIO PRODUCTION FOR THE OVER 55’S: Get to grips with how the media works and get involved in radio that makes a difference during a ten week course starting shortly. This new short course is aimed at people over 55 years of age with an interest in community issues or current affairs. In a fun and friendly atmosphere, you’ll explore how radio and TV shapes the world we live in. In a group, you’ll help make a radio programme you’d like to listen to, on the things, big and small that matter to you. The programme will be broadcast as part of a national series all over Ireland.

With the help of the Community Foundation for Ireland, there’s no charge but spaces are limited. Participants will gain a QQI/FETAC Level 3 accredited qualification.

Training takes place at West Limerick Community Radio’s Station in Newcastle West, Co. Limerick. For further information contact Connie Broderick, Joint Manager WL102fm on 069 66200.

AMERICAN TEA PARTY: The annual tea party in the Rock takes place at the Community Centre, Rockchapel on Friday, October 16 next. Tea party is a misnomer since a hot meal will be served followed by glorious deserts and gooey chocolate and coffee cakes all washed down with copious cups of tea or coffee and then to round off the night dancing to Ballyvourney’s Autumn Gold.. Further information, tickets etc. contact Neily @ 029/69200, Noreen @ 029/69977or Breeda @ 069/81156.

EXHIBITION: West Limerick Resources Back2New Community Upcycling will showcase their upcycled furniture from October 5-9 at The Red Door, The Square, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick. Time: 10am-4pm. Back2New Upcycling creates bespoke pieces from unwanted furniture and in doing so helps reduce waste destined for landfill. Come along and be inspired. Ideas and information will also be provided.

UPCYCLING WORKSHOPS: West Limerick Resources Back2New Community Upcycling Project is offering a free Workshop to enable people tou pcycle an old item of clothing/fabric and create a new cozy cushion! Learn how to produce a pattern, attach a zip and add embellishment. Participants will have access to domestic sewing machines. This workshop is for all sewing levels and step by step guidance will be provided. Bring along item of clothing/fabric, 16” zip and some small pieces of scrap fabric, buttons etc. Date & time: October 7 2pm-4pm. Venue: Back2New Community Upcycling, Unit 2, Enterprise Centre, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick.

Cost: Free of charge –Pre booking is required. Please contact Michaela Donegan on 0872727742.

SOCIAL MEDIA FOR BUSINESS: Workshops on the world of social media for business are being offered by West Limerick Resources this October to help participants promote or grow their business. The beginner’s session on Wednesday October 7 is suited to those with little or no previous knowledge of using Social Media is. An Intermediate Workshop takes place on Wednesday October 14 and an Advanced Workshop on October 21. Own laptop or tablet required. Limited availability for this free introduction to Social Media – contact Brenda 069 62222 to reserve your place.

County Limerick Beekeepers Association

LIMERICK BEEKEEPERS: The next meeting of Limerick Beekeepers Association will take place on this Thursday, October 8 in Mungret GAA clubhouse at 8:00 p.m. The guest speaker will be Professor John Breen who is a former Associate Professor of Biology in UL. He will speak on the effects of MAQS on Bees. Membership details can be found on the following website:

http://www.limerickbees.net

ENTERPRISE MENTOR CLINIC: Brief one to one appointments with Expert Business Advisors are being provided by West Limerick Resources on topics such as ideas generation, business start-up, taxation, enterprise supports, marketing etc. this coming Thursday October 8. Suitable to those already in business or those thinking about starting up. Appointments are free but pre-booking is essential – contact John on 069 62222 for availability.

EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY GROUPS TRAINING: West Limerick Resources is offering a range of workshops for community groups this October and November. October 13: Effective Groups through Good Governance, October 20: Group Management and Development; October 27: The Implication of the Charities Act on your Organisation; November 3and 12: Sourcing Finance for Not for Profit Groups. Details of further workshops on Group Dynamics to be announced shortly. To register contact Suzanne on 069 79114 or email srowley

EXHIBITION: West Limerick Resources Back2New Community Upcycling will showcase their upcycled furniture from October5-9 at The Red Door, The Square, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick. Time: 10am-4pm. Back2New Upcycling creates bespoke pieces from unwanted furniture and in doing so helps reduce waste destined for landfill. Come along and be inspired. Ideas and information will also be provided.

LIKE A HELPING HAND IN YOUR ROLE AS PARENT?: The Incredible Years programme is a practical course focusing on supporting your child’s education, fostering good learning habits and routines and also encouraging communication and effective parenting. The 15 week programme will take place on Wednesday nights, 7.30pm— 10pm October 7/14/21, November 4/11/18, December 2/9, January 13/20, February 3/10/17 and March 2/9 in West Limerick Resources Office Newcastle West. FREE COURSE. LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE. REGISTRATION CLOSES October 7. Contact Adrienne O’Connell at West Limerick Resources on 087 277 3294

MAUREEN’S TRIPS: Day Trip to Leahy’s Open Farm – Sunday, October 11. We will have a guided tour of this farm that is steeped in history and with all that it has to offer should prove very interesting and entertaining. You won’t want to miss out on this trip. For more information and booking contact Maureen 087 9845102. November 22 is the annual trip to Dublin. Leaving Newcastle West at 8am. First stop will be for a hearty breakfast in the Harbour Hotel, where if you wish after breakfast put in your order for homemade bread, scones, cakes, mince pies and Christmas pudding and collect same when we return in the evening for choice of dinner menu. We are going to Blanchardstown Shopping Centre where you will have choice of over 180 shops to browse. We have just a few seats left so to avoid disappointment contact Maureen 087 9845102.

DANCING CLASSES: ‘The Mc Cormack Kelly Academy of Irish dance Friday at the Top of the Town Athea at 7 pm for step dancing and 8pm for Sean nós dancing’.

ADAPT: Support is available in Newcastle West each week and there is a new survivors group called ‘Let’s Talk’ which is open to women. A 24 Hour Freephone Helpline is available 365 days a year at 1800 200 504. Court accompaniment and many other supports are also available.

CO. LIMERICK DRUG AND ALCOHOL DROP IN CENTRE: If drugs or alcohol are a problem and you are over 18 then free help is available with no appointment necessary at the Hospital Family Resource Centre, Knockainey Road, Hospital. The service which is staffed by HSE Drug and Alcohol Outreach workers will be available on every second Wednesday from 10am – 12 noon. For further information contact Geraldine on 086 6076573 or Deirdre on 086 3840526.

JOE HARRINGTON’S RADIO PROGRAMME: Internet radio programme on www.irishcountrymusicradio.com Every Saturday 9pm to midnight (Irish Time). Country and Irish Music presented by …Joe Harrington
click on www.irishcountrymusicradio.com
It’s also on every Tuesday 8 to 11pm (Irish Time).

IRISH TV: Check out local stories on http://www.irishtv.ie/

TRAINING PROGRAMMES: If you’ve experienced a personal setback, long-term illness, have a disability or are an early school leaver one of National Learning Network’s full-time Courses will give you the confidence to open up new opportunities for further training or employment. Our FETAC Courses range from Catering to I.T., P.C. Maintenance to Employer Based Training and our Employability Skills Programme is aimed in particular at early school leavers. To find out more: ring Val or Trish at 061 229777 or look up www.nln.ie

EXERCISE CLASSES: Step & Tone classes with Maggie Large in Duagh Sports Complex on Tuesdays @ 7pm. Contact Maggie on 087 9866533, booking essential.

So now that you’ve have met me what will u do? Will u try me or not? It’s all up to you, I’ll bring you more misery than words can ever tell, come take my hand……I’ll lead you through hell. so true

es apart, I’ll take your children and that’s just the start. More costly than diamonds, more costly than gold, the sorrow I’ll bring is a sight to behold, if you need me remember I’m easily found, I live all around in your schools in your town, I live with the rich I live with the poor I live down the street and maybe next door, my power is awesome try me you’ll see, but be warned if you do you’ll never break free, try me once and I might let you go, try me twice an i’ll own your soul, when I possess you you’ll steal & lie and do what you must just to get high, crimes you’ll commit for the narcotic charms, you’ll lie to your mother and steal from your dad, you’ll see their tears but wont feel sad, you’ll forget your morals and how you were raised, I’ll be your conscience, I’ll teach u my ways, I’ll take kids from their parents and parents from kids, turn people from God heaven forbid, I’ll take everything from you your looks and your pride, I’ll be with you always right by your side, you’ll give up everything your family your home, your friends your money you’ll be all alone, I’ll take & take ‘till you have nothing more and when I’m finished you’ll be lucky to live, if u try me be warned this isn’t a game, given the chance I’ll drive u insane, I’ll ravish your body and control your mind, I’ll own you completely your soul will be mine, nightmares I’ll give as you lay in your bed, voices you’ll hear from inside your head, sweats & shakes bad visions you’ll see, I want you to know these are all gifts from me, and when it’s too late you’ll know that your mine, you’ll regret that you tried me that very first time, you came to me and not I to you, you knew this would happen, surely not to you? You challenged my power, you chose to be brave, you could’ve said no and just walked away, if you could live that day over what would u say? Can i be your master will you be my slave? I promise i’ll stay with you and on to your grave.

So now that you’ve have met me what will u do? Will u try me or not? It’s all up to you, I’ll bring you more misery than words can ever tell, come take my hand……I’ll lead you through hell. so true

So now that you’ve have met me what will u do? Will u try me or not? It’s all up to you, I’ll bring you more misery than words can ever tell, come take my hand……I’ll lead you through hell. so true

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