War Machine

Album: Black Ice (2008)
  • Push your foot to the floor
    Don't need no more
    You've been peeking all around
    While they're messing about

    Better get your name, come on in
    Gimme that thing and feed your war

    War Machine

    Make a stand, show your hand
    Call in the high command
    Don't think, just obey
    I'm like a bird of prey

    So better get your name, come on in
    Gimme that thing and feed your war

    War Machine

    Better watch your back
    And cover your tracks
    Kick your foot through the door
    Hit the deck, know the score
    They take you by surprise
    And here's mud in your eye

    This will be the day they shouldn't forget
    Call of the wild, hungry for more
    And feed your

    War Machine

    Let's go.

    I've seen your war

    War Machine Writer/s: ANGUS MCKINNON YOUNG, MALCOLM MITCHELL YOUNG
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Mathijs from Houten, NetherlandsCool song. They can't stop kicking ass :D
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