God Smack

Album: Dirt (1992)
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  • Care not for the men who wonder
    Straw that broke your back, you're under
    Cast all them aside who care
    Empty eyes and dead end stare

    Don't you know that none are blind
    To the lie and you think I don't find what you hide?
    What in God's name have you done?
    Stick your arm for some real fun

    For the horse you've grown much fonder
    Than for me, that I don't ponder
    As the hair of one who bit you
    Smiling, bite your own self, too

    And I think that you're not blind
    To the ones you left behind
    I'll be here
    What in God's name have you done?
    Stick your arm for some real fun, uh

    So be yearning all your life
    Twisting, turning like a knife
    Now you know the reasons why

    Can't get high, or you will die
    Or you'll die
    What in God's name have you done?
    Stick your arm for some real fun

    So your sickness weighs a ton
    And God's name is smack for some, yeah Writer/s: Jerry Cantrell, Layne Staley
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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