The Way of the Fist

Album: The Way of the Fist (2007)
  • Break this shit down
    Zoltan, open the sky

    You want it, you got it
    Everything you needed and more
    You said it, I heard it
    Careful what you wish for
    Deleted, defeated, everything you've ever been
    No mercy, it's the way of the fist

    Strapped with rage, got no patience for victims
    Sick and tired of the whole fuckin' world

    I don't remember asking you about your imperfections
    You might win one battle
    But know this, I'll win the fucking war

    End of the goddamn road (right)

    Step to me, step to me, motherfucker
    Zip your lip, you've run out of time
    Step to me, step to me, motherfucker
    Talk the talk, now walk the damn line

    Deserve it, you earned it, got yourself a fuckin' war
    Believe it, you need it, face down on the fuckin' floor
    I hate it, can't take it, wanna break your fuckin' bones
    No mercy, you fagot, should've left it all alone

    Strapped with rage, got no patience for victims
    Sick and tired of the whole fuckin' world

    I don't remember asking you about your imperfections
    You might win one battle
    But know this, I'll win the fucking war

    As you crash and burn
    One, two, fuck you (right)

    Step to me, step to me, motherfucker
    Zip your lip, you've run out of time
    Step to me, step to me, motherfucker
    Talk the talk, now walk the damn line
    Step to me, step to me, motherfucker
    Shut your face, it's your turn to die
    Step to me, step to me, anybody
    Talk the shit, your ass is mine

    I don't remember asking you about your imperfections
    You might win one battle
    But know this, I'll win the fucking war Writer/s: Ivan Moody, Zoltan Bathroy
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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