Whatever

Album: Godsmack (1997)
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  • And I wonder day to day
    I don't like you anyway
    I don't need your shit today
    You're pathetic,in your own way

    I feel for you,better fuckin' go away
    I will behave, better fuckin' go away

    I'm doing the best I ever did
    I'm doing the best that I can
    I'm doing the best I ever did

    I don't need to fantasize
    You are my pet, all the time
    I don't mind if you go blind
    You get what you get
    Until you're through with mine

    Life,I feel for you, better fuckin' go away
    I will behave, you better go away
    I feel for you, better fuckin' go away
    I will behave, you better go away

    I'm doing the best I ever did
    I'm doing the best that I can
    I'm doing the best I ever did
    Now go away!

    I'm doing the best I ever did
    I'm doing the best that I can
    I'm doing the best I ever did
    Now go away!

    I'm doing the best I ever did (go away)
    I'm doing the best that I can (go away)
    I'm doing the best I ever did (go away)
    I'm doing the best that I can (go away)

    I'm doing the best I ever did
    I'm doing the best that I can
    I'm doing the best I ever did
    Now go away!

    I'm doing the best I ever did
    I'm doing the best that I can
    I'm doing the best I ever did
    Now go away!

    I'm doing the best I ever did
    I'm doing the best that I can
    I'm doing the best I ever did
    Now go away!

    (yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah)

    I'm doing the best I ever did (go away)
    I'm doing the best that I can Writer/s: Anthony Paul Rombola, Salvatore P. Erna, Tony Rombola
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 10

  • Dave from Greer, ScWhen the gas station attendant says "I thought you quit drinking"
  • Casey from Glendale, AzTo Pat Malloy: The only change to the Nirvana song Rape Me was on the back cover where "Waif" was put instead of "Rape", the lyrics were not changed at all. Just the title
  • Zero from Nowhere, NjI wish they would close thier shows with this song instead of I Stand Alone.
  • Francesca from Bath, United KingdomThis is pretty much my new way of thinking when it comes to my job. I used to hate it, didn't want to be there coz all the f--king customers treated me like s--t simply coz I'm at a checkout. Now I've just decided my job isn't so bad, and that some of the customers are ok, even nice sometimes. But there is a certain f--king type of persons who keep coming and this is my song to them.
  • Anthony from Orange Park, Flyeah and also they didnt like the back of In Utero with the babies in fetuses and stuff like that so they made them zoom up, Pat malloy
  • Teresa from Lorain, OhThis song gives me a headace every time i listen to this song but it's worth it.
  • Rich from Hoffman Estates, IlGodsmack truly rocks,there powerful sound with there clever lyrics does not burn me out,I can listen to any song they have over and over,and ya know I do.
  • Lalah from Wasilla, AkThis is what plays in my mind when the stress levels hit critical mass, (stress: the confusion when one's mind overrides the body's basic desire to choke the living sh*t out of some a**hole who desperately deserves it). My stress levels decreased when I moved away from Boston.
  • Matt from Salisbury, MaWaaf is actually located in Boston...It might have been in worcester at the time but im positive the station is now located in Boston.Also godsmack's home...Definitely the best city.
  • Pat Malloy from Aurora, IlPErsonally that whole sticker idea is aload of crap, and im glad they didn't have one, and who cares about Wal-mart they were offended by Nirvana-rape me, so they made them change the lyrics and song title to *waif me* if i remember correctly.
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