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Lustfullness

1. Senseless are those Who lose themselves in lust.
GURU III, MAJH RAG

2. In the intoxication of youth, You stare at another's wife with lust,And distinguished not between good and evil actions.
BAINIJI, SRI RAG

3. The sensuous man suffers from mental and physical diseases,And undergoes great pain.
GURU I, BASANT RAG

4. The body is full of lasciciousness and anger,The company of godly men washes them away.
GURU IV, GAURI RAG

5. Engrossed in lust, greed and pride, man has forgotten the Lord,And now he repents.
GURU V, BIHAGARA RAG

6. Lust and anger infest the body,But when I meet the saints,I overcome both.
GURU IV, GAURI RAG

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