Album: Time Bomb (2001)
  • Chorus:
    It's after midnight
    The suckers' faded
    Turn out the porch light
    And feel the front side
    The cold sweat, the presentation
    The fighting, and this head of mine
    Tone deaf and out of place
    In another state and I'm back on the front line
    We never see you when you're
    breathe left hypnotized
    Can't quite deliver it so
    Stay with this and you'll feel the front side
    Short life the face invaders
    The heartaches and the state of mind
    I can't wait to turn out late
    Get so fuckin' out of line
    Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    You take my energy, destiny
    Eat my up 'cause you're starving lady, starving lady, lady
    Got all your blasphemy, sodomy
    Beat me up 'cause you like it baby, like it baby, baby
    Feel the front side
    Feel the front side
    Feel it
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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