Violence Fetish

Album: The Sickness (2000)
  • Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life
    If you've ever known anyone
    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life, can you feel it?

    How do you sleep
    When you live with your lies
    Out of your mouth
    Up from your mind
    That kind of thinking starts a chain reaction
    You are a time bomb ticking away
    You need to release

    What your feeling inside
    Let out the beast
    That your trying to hide
    Step right up and be a part of the action
    Go get your game face on because it's time to play

    You're pushing and fighting your way
    You're ripping it up

    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life
    If you've ever known anyone
    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life, can you feel it?

    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life
    If you've ever known anyone
    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life, can you feel it?

    How do you live
    Without playing the game
    Sit on the side
    And expect to keep sane
    Step right up and be part of the action
    Come get a piece of it before it's too late
    Take a look around
    You can't deny what you see
    We're living in a violent society
    Well my brother let me show you a better way
    Get your game face on because it's time to play

    You're pushing and fighting your way
    You're ripping it up

    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life
    If you've ever known anyone
    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life, can you feel it?

    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life
    If you've ever known anyone
    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life, can you feel it?

    So tell me what am I suppose to be
    Another goddamn drone
    Tell me what am I suppose to be
    Should I leave it on the inside?
    Tell me what am I suppose to be
    Another goddamn drone
    Tell me what am I suppose to be
    Should I get ready to play?
    You're pushing and fighting your way
    You're ripping it up

    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life
    If you've ever known anyone
    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life, can you feel it?

    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life
    If you've ever known anyone
    Bring the violence
    It's significant
    To the life, can you feel it? Writer/s: DAN DONEGAN, DAVID DRAIMAN, MICHAEL WENGREN, MIKE WENGREN, STEVE KMAK
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjI love this song. The Sickness is kind of an angry album, but that's what attracted me to them in the first place. (well that, and that they have a KILLER sound, that you can simultaneously headbang AND dance to!) It could also be about beating each other up in the moshpit.
  • Daniel from Winchester, OhAnother great Disturbed classic, well to me it is, I love this song!!!
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