Here comes Apollo Gauntlet, Fights evil even when it’s not there. Here comes Apollo Gauntlet, Fighting for goodness in everyone. Put on your magic Gauntlets, Wait for the proper time. You fight the evil, Even though it’s everywhere, It’s everywhere. Here Comes Apollo Gauntlet.
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