Temper Temper

Album: Temper Temper (2012)
  • This time you'd better bite your tongue
    Think twice before you open that mouth
    Take a breath, hold it in your lungs
    Being from rage, will it overcome?

    I feel the tension rising high
    I feel a hump down in my chest
    Nothing is strange, I see in red
    Can't hold it back
    Here comes my

    Temper temper, time to explode
    Feels good when I lose control
    Temper temper, time to explode
    Chamber's empty, time to reload

    Too late 'cause now you can't disarm
    Too slow, you know you should've backed down
    Did you think before you crossed that line?
    This intervention's gonna be divine

    I feel the time is crawling near
    I feel the sweat dripping down my face
    Nothing is strange, I see in red
    Can't hold it back
    Here comes my

    Temper temper, time to explode
    Feels good when I lose control
    Temper temper, time to explode
    Chamber's empty, time to reload

    Temper temper, time to explode
    Temper temper, time to explode
    Temper temper, time to explode
    Temper temper, time to explode
    Temper temper, time to explode
    Feels good when we lose control
    Temper temper, time to reload
    Chamber's empty, time to reload!

    Here comes my

    Temper temper, time to explode
    Feels good when I lose control
    Temper temper, time to explode
    Chamber's empty, time to reload

    Temper temper, time to explode
    Feels good when I lose control
    Temper temper, time to explode
    Chamber's empty, time to reload (Time to reload) Writer/s: JASON JAMES, MICHAEL PAGET, MICHAEL THOMAS, MATTHEW TUCK
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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