Velociraptor!

Album: Velociraptor! (2011)
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  • Blast off
    He'll try to shoot you with precision
    Take your face off
    Young disciple into life
    He was hung up,
    By the meaning of existence
    You be let down
    So don't you fall in with the

    Velociraptor!
    He's gonna find ya!
    He's gonna kill ya!
    He's gonna eat ya!
    You're on the outskirts
    Of his kingdom
    So keep your head down!
    Veloci–Velociraptor

    Shake down
    Go get your suitcase
    Call a director
    Tell everyone in sight
    This is an air raid
    You wanna get laid?
    But he is closing
    He ain't toothless man

    Velociraptor!
    He's gonna find ya!
    He's gonna kill ya!
    He's gonna eat ya!
    You're on the outskirts
    Of his kingdom
    So keep your head down!
    Veloci–Velociraptor

    Whoa!
    There's nothing to it!
    There's nothing to it man!
    Whoa!
    There's nothing to it!
    There's nothing to it man!

    And now your lying here
    While everyone's asleep
    They just wanna suck
    Your blood

    Blast off
    On the model for collision
    Get scared now
    ‘Cause there's nowhere left to hide
    Are you ready?
    Feel the scratching getting closer
    There's no foolin
    And you're the only one alive

    The voodoo
    The vaccine
    The boredom
    The routine
    Maintaining your movement
    Its all got too much
    For the addicts
    The manics
    The paper
    The vapor
    The pressure,
    of so called,
    Normal behavior

    Whoa!
    There's nothing to it!
    There's nothing to it man!
    Whoa!
    There's nothing to it!
    There's nothing to it man!

    And now your lying there
    while everyone's asleep
    They just wanna suck
    Your blood

    Velociraptor!
    He's gonna find ya!
    He's gonna kill ya!
    He's gonna eat ya!
    You're on the outskirts
    Of his kingdom
    So keep your head down!
    Veloci–Velociraptor Writer/s: SERGIO PIZZORNO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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