Wrath

Album: Confessions (2013)
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  • Hey, man, do you wanna get a fist so hard?
    Do you wanna see who’s in charge?
    I’m gonna show you your future.
    Hey man, you think you’re strong enough to play this game
    It’s gonna burn, like acid rain
    You’re gonna need some sutures

    I got this need, can’t be broken
    And I’m taking you on this ride.
    I got this need, to be broken
    And I keep all my love inside.

    Hey, man, do you study your history?
    Are you ready for World War III?
    Be straight for me, Father.
    Hey man, you think you’re pretty but you never win
    Run your mouth when you're with your friends,
    By yourself, it's a slaughter

    I got this need, to be broken
    And I’m taking you on this ride.
    I got this need, to be broken
    And I keep all my love inside.

    Broken

    All I wanna do is make a mess of you
    I can’t control myself, is this really hell?
    I’m doing what is right and now is time to fight
    What defines a man, what defines a man
    What defines a man

    Hey, man, you better build a fucking barricade ?
    You’re gonna need it 'cause I’m on my way
    I need it more than water.

    I got this need, to be broken
    And I’m taking you on this ride.
    I got this need, to be broken
    And I keep all my love inside.

    I got this need, to be broken
    And I’m taking you on this ride.
    I got this need, to be broken
    And I keep all my love inside. Writer/s: JIMMY ASHHURST, JOSHUA TODD, KEITH NELSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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