Shoot It Out

Album: Feeding The Wolves (2010)
  • Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now
    Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now

    Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now
    Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now
    Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it a little more
    You can be rest assured
    You give them all you got and you give them a little more
    You never even know what for
    They feed and they suck until your unconscious
    It's never enough until they kill your subconscious

    I'm ready to die

    Will you kill what's left of me to stop the bleeding
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    Suffocate integrity til I'm not breathing
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)

    (Feed them, fucking starve them, keep begging a little more)
    (Feed them, fucking starve them, keep begging a little more)
    Feed them, fucking starve them, keep begging a little more
    I'm not gonna be your whore
    Load it, cock it, pull it, refuse to be ignored
    I'm not gonna fight you war
    All the distractions kill the compassion
    Suddenly, fame has lost it's attraction

    I'm ready to die

    Will you kill what's left of me to stop the bleeding
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    Suffocate integrity til I'm not breathing
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)

    Feeding the wolves, don't you know better?
    Feeding the wolves, the taste of blood is bitter.
    (Feeding the wolves)
    Feeding the wolves
    (Feeding the wolves)
    Don't you know better?
    Feeding the wolves, the taste of blood is bitter.

    Will you kill what's left of me to stop the bleeding
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    Suffocate integrity til I'm not breathing
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)
    (Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now)

    Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now, now
    Shoot it, shoot it out cause they want it, want it now Writer/s: BRIAN VODINH, JESSE HASEK, LEWIS COSBY, RYAN JOHNSON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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