Album: The Gift Of Game (1999)
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  • Dreamlands of danger
    Darkside pleasures
    Bad behavior
    Dreamlands of danger
    Darkside pleasures
    At their best
    At their best

    Punk rock, shell toes
    Horns and halos
    Wicked whit wings
    And pointed tails
    Devil's eyes and nine inch nails
    Nocturnal renegades
    The eternal drug raid
    I go by the name of Mr. Shifty Switchblade
    Getting paid in the shade
    As lyrics ricochet,
    Of the walls
    From the ceiling to the floor
    Off the door
    And down the hall
    I'm evil like Knievel
    Kicking white trash
    Psycho cerebral, palsy ballsy
    Bad ass
    Dress in black
    From the wrong side of the tracks
    Crazy Town
    Yo. we strike like deep impact

    Why can't you see?
    I cannot feel till you bring
    Me down
    Dream lands of danger
    Darkside pleasures
    Bad behavior
    Dreamlands of danger
    Darkside Pleasures
    At their best

    My subconscious launches me
    Into evil territory
    I'm surrounded by voyeurs
    And crack smoking lawyers
    No shame, Burnt lips
    Tripping on acid rain
    Legally insane deranged,
    Some people, never change


    Nasty na na , ha, ha
    Darkside marijuana
    Fueled of the drama
    Drifting on the darkside
    I'm the black eye bomber
    Do what I do on a darkside
    Raising hell, out the shell
    Of fantasies I never tell
    Dispersin' untamed perversion
    My bad Brain's working
    Circle jerking, rocking riddles,
    Sex pistol, sexperts
    Acting uncivil

    [Chorus] Writer/s: BRETT MAZUR, SETH BINZER
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