Evil Eye

Album: Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action (2013)
  • Ooh, What's the color of the next car?
    (Yeah, RED, ya bastard)
    Yeah, RED, ya bastard
    I don't believe in god, but I believe in this shit
    Not me
    I like to bring them down
    Not me
    Some fool who dumb dumb do
    But not, not, not me

    Uh, some people get a freak out of me
    Some people can see that I can see
    Some people want to see what I see
    Some people put an evil eye on me

    I have the evil eye
    I see your soul
    You wear it on your face
    It's worn in what you do

    What's the color of the next car?
    (Yeah, RED, ya bastard)
    Yeah, RED, ya bastard
    I don't believe in god, but I believe in this shit
    Not me
    I like to bring them down
    Not me
    Some fool who dumb dumb do
    But not, not, not me

    Uh, some people get a freak out of me

    It looks so clean
    But I can see
    The crawling, crawling creatures
    Suspended in solution
    No, no there's no solution

    Uh, some people get a freak out of me Writer/s: ALEXANDER PAUL KAPRANOS HUNTLEY, NICHOLAS JOHN MCCARTHY, PAUL ROBERT THOMPSON, ROBERT HARDY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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