1000hp

  • Time to rewind
    Back to 1995 when we were nothing
    Walking through the streets of Boston no one listening
    No one caring about the empty rooms we played
    Until they all showed up one for one day
    Then we turned our stage and everything changed

    Turn that shit out louder
    Make it all go faster
    Playing through the witching hour
    Take it to one thousand horsepower

    Under lights now
    Playing to the masses everything feels right
    Taking state by state by country over night
    Living in a shelter and every fight
    Seeing millions of people Rage
    When we take our stage, everybody scream

    Turn that shit out louder
    Make it all go faster
    Playing through the witching hour
    Take it to one thousand horsepower, yeah

    Turn it up one more time
    Get it up get it up feel the alive
    Turn it up turn it up one more time
    Get it up get it up feel the alive
    Turn it up turn it up one more time
    Get it up get it up feel the alive
    Turn it up turn it up one more time
    Get it up get it up feel the alive, yeah

    Turn that shit out louder
    Make it all go faster
    Playing through the witching hour
    Take it to one thousand horsepower

    Turn that shit out louder
    Make it all go faster
    Playing through the witching hour
    Take it to one thousand horsepower Writer/s: ANTHONY PAUL ROMBOLA, JAMES SHANNON LARKIN, ROBERT S. MERRILL, SALVATORE P. ERNA
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Branden from Orange Park, Flman!!! when I first saw this song live when it came out back at welcome to Rockville in Metro Park I was jamming so hard back in 2013!!! I seen these guys at least 3 or 4 times in Florida and loved every second of it! My moms friend covers godsmack in his local band it always takes me back to 2010 when I first saw them and they doing a drum battle with sully and Shannon mannnn!! such great memories :D
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