333

Album: Yet to be titled (2019)
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  • My goddamn life's been torn to pieces
    Been stolen, been cheated, been broken, been beaten
    Shadows in the belly of death come creeping
    With arms outstretched, just come and take me
    Fuck it all, fuck off, fuck life, I'm leaving

    Life is like a razor slowly draggin' down my wrist
    Holding tight to my existence, clenched up like a fist
    I've let my past control and destroy me, I'm unraveled
    Heart beating like a hammer, shaping iron on an anvil
    My head screams, my ears bleed, I'm trapped inside a riot
    My mind held in captivity from the mutiny of the pirates
    I'm shaking like a rattle can in the hand of a vandal
    I'm burning like the fuse on a bomb you can't dismantle

    My goddamn life's been torn to pieces
    Been stolen, been cheated, been broken, been beaten
    Shadows in the belly of death come creeping
    With arms outstretched, just come and take me
    Fuck it all, fuck off, fuck life, I'm leaving

    Time is like a noose slowly slippin' around my neck
    All humanity has done for me is show me disrespect
    Frenetic confrontation is the road I gotta travel
    Fuck complicity, conformity, I don't lay down, I battle
    Come with reckless abandon full of reckless intent
    Without a care without restraint, and now I'm fucking bent
    Malevolent and violent to the marrow in my bones
    If you're not helping me, you're hurting me, and pain is what you're owed

    My goddamn life's been torn to pieces
    Been stolen, been cheated, been broken, been beaten
    Shadows in the belly of death come creeping
    With arms outstretched, just come and take me
    Fuck it all, fuck off, fuck life, I'm leaving

    Welcome to the Slamboree
    Fuck every motherfucker who ain't you or me
    Welcome to the family, we're the root of half evil reppin' 333
    Welcome to the Slamboree
    If you're not in the club, it must suck to be
    Welcome to the family, we're the root of half evil reppin' 333
    333, 333, 333, 333

    My goddamn life's been torn to pieces
    Been stolen, been cheated, been broken, been beaten
    Shadows in the belly of death come creeping
    With arms outstretched, just come and take me
    Fuck it all, fuck off, fuck life, I'm leaving
    Been stolen, been cheated, been broken, been beaten

    Welcome to the Slamboree
    Fuck every motherfucker who ain't you or me
    Welcome to the family, we're the root of half evil reppin' 333
    Welcome to the Slamboree
    If you're not in the club, it must suck to be
    Welcome to the family, we're the root of half evil reppin' 333 Writer/s: Chad Gray, Christian Brady, Kyle Sanders, Tom Maxwell, Vinnie Paul
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Brandon from MilwaukeeIts sad chad doesnt even know the meaning of 333 to vinney...idk why he just made up an answer. Kinda pisses me off...dimebags number was 3...so vinney relates to dimebag with the number 3..so 3 3's is why its 333..he looked up at the clock and it would be 333..he would look at a random address driving by and it would be 333....it was a way dime reminded vinney he was still there...and thats in vinneys own words
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