You think you know me You don't know shit I've seen the world through your eyes And it makes me sick I question all of your answers They're fuckin' lies I won't conform to your system I'd rather die I burn it down
Just to watch it go I burn it down So everybody knows I burn it down Just to see it torched I burn it down I hate it to the core
Think you're a martyr? Not hard to see You wanna rule the fuckin' world? You gotta get through me Your iron fist will be broken No soul to sell You think I'll burn for my actions See you in hell Burn it down
I do it for myself I burn it down For me and no one else I burn it down Just to watch it go I burn it down I hate you fuckin' all
I burn it down Just to watch it go I burn it down So everybody knows I burn it down Just to see it torched I burn it down I hate it to the core
Writer/s: IVAN MOODY, JASON HOOK, JEREMY SPENCER, MATTHEW SNELL, THOMAS JASON GRINSTEAD, ZOLTAN BATHORY, ZOLTAN BATHROY
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Songtrust Ave
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Thomas from Springfield, MoThis song speaks to me on the level that Bathory describes and on a more focused level. I see this from the stand point of a troop fighting an insurgent enemy. "Think you're a martyr, not hard to see, you wanna rule the F---in world, you gotta get through me" "you think I'll burn for my actions, see you in hell I'd burn it down..." Only really two lyrics that support this, but what you can take from the music, is what you can take from the music.
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