Criminal

Album: Five Crooked Lines (2015)
  • Vocalist Scott Anderson recalled to About.com: "When I wrote it I got the same feeling that I got when 'Paralyzer' fell into my lap. I thought 'Ohhh!' this is just a nifty little, kind of funky, dumb song. I really like it."

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