FFL

Album: Five Songs and a Cover (2005)
  • Ready aim fire

    No one fuckin' around standing in the line
    You gotta feel it right between the eyes
    Time is runnin' out, time to do it right, now

    My oh my, every thing's gonna be fine
    My oh my, fat fucking lie

    Let yourself go, let me test your fate
    Make your head roll, make your legs shake
    Dance to the sound of heartache

    My oh my, every thing's gonna be fine
    My oh my, fat fucking lie, oh

    Fat fucking lie, get on your bikes and ride

    My oh my, every thing's gonna be fine
    My oh my, fat fucking lie, fat fucking lie
    Writer/s: NATE MENDEL, DAVE GROHL, TAYLOR HAWKINS, CHRIS SHIFLETT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Layton from Paris, TxI love this song, me and my drummer listen to it and it makes us want to beat each other up...its so in your face kind of stuff.
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