All In The Family
by Korn

Album: Follow The Leader (1998)
  • Say what, say what?
    My dick is bigger than yours
    Say what, say what?
    My band is bigger than yours

    Too bad I got your beans in my bag, stuck-up sucker, Korny
    Motherfucker', takin' over foes is the Limp pimp, need a Bizkit to save
    This crew from Jon Davis.
    I'm gonna drop a little east side skill, ya best
    Step back 'cause I'm 'a kill, I'm 'a kill.
    So watcha thinking Mr. Raggedy man?
    Doin' all you can to look like Raggedy Ann.

    I'll Check you out punk, yes I know you feel it, you look like
    One of those dancers from the Hanson video, you little fagot ho.
    Please give me some shit to wreck with, 'cause right now I'm all wicked,
    Suck my dick kid, like your daddy did.
    Who the fuck you think you're talking to?

    I'm known for eatin' little whiny chumps like you.
    All up in my face with that
    Are you ready?
    But halitosis, is all you're rockin' steady. You little fairy,
    Smelling all your flowers. Nappy hairy chest, look it's Austin Powers!
    Yeah, baby!
    I hear ya tootin' on them bagpipes clad, but you said it best,
    There's No Place To Hide.
    What the fuck ya' sayin'? You're a pimp whatever, limp dick. Fred
    Durst needs to rehearse, needs to reverse what he's saying. want to be
    Funkdoobiest when you're playin', rippin' up a bad counterfeit,
    Fakin'! Plus your bills I'm
    Paying, you can't eat that shit every day, Fred.
    Lay off the bacon
    Say what, say what?
    You better watch your fuckin' mouth, Jon.

    So you hate me?
    And I hate you!
    You know what, you know what?
    It's all in the family.
    I hate you!
    And you hate me!
    You know what, you know what?
    It's all in the family.

    Look at you fool, I'm gonna fuck you up twice, throwin' rhymes at me
    Like, oh shit alright, Vanilla Ice.
    Ya better run, run while ya can,
    You'll never fuck me up, Bisc Limpkit.
    At least I got a phat, original band.

    Who's hot, who's not?
    You best step back, Korn on the cob, you need a new job.
    Time to
    Take them mic skills back to the dentist, and buy yourself a new grill.
    Fuck you.
    You pumpkin pie, I'll jack-off in your eye.
    Climbing shoots and ladders,
    While your ego shatters.
    But you just can't get away.
    Get a gay?
    'cause it's doomsday kid, it's doomsday.


    You call yourself a singer?
    You're more like Jerry Springer.
    Oh cool!
    Your favorite band is winger,
    And all you eat is Zingers.
    You're like a Fruity Pebble, your
    Favorite flag is rebel.
    It's just too bad that you're a fagot on a lower level.
    So you're from Jacksonville, kickin' it like Buffalo Bill.
    Gettin' butt-fucked by your uncle Chuck,
    While your sister's on her knees waitin' for your
    Little peanut.
    Wait, where'd ya get that little dance?
    Over here.
    Like them idiots in Waco, you're burning up in Bako where your father
    Had your mother, your mother had your brother, it's just too bad your
    Father's mad, your mother's now your lover.
    Come on hillbilly, can your horse do a fuckin' wheelie?
    You love it down
    South in the fall, you sure do got a purdy mouth.


    And I love you!
    And I want you!
    And I'll suck you!
    And I'll fuck you!
    And I'll butt-fuck you!
    And I'll eat you!
    And I'll lick your little dick, motherfucker.
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 8

  • Sandra from Helsingborg/swedenOnly john wrote this? Haha...

    Very good song. xD
  • Lauren from Boynton Beach, FlHaha. This song never fails to crack me up. I love the insults. I think this is a very creative song. Who else thought to have two people sling insults at each other and make it a song? I also like how the music changes for each person talking at the time. I always loved Davis' little comments in the back of Fred's insults. "My d*ck is bigger than yours... My band is bigger than yours" two of the biggest subjects boys in bands can insult each other about.
  • Mike from Riverside, Cajon davis wrote all the lyrics. not him and fred.
  • Zac from Oklahoma City, OkMan. I love this song. It's most likely my favorite. KoRn rocks. I must admit though, this band raised my appreciation of Fred Durst
  • Jake from Houston, TxI just saw the Family Values tour DVD today. Everytime they preform it live, one band f**ks with the other like in 98 on Halloween.
  • Jake from Houston, Tx"Fred Durst need to rehearse, needs to reverse what he's sayin"

    Best line in the whole damn song.
  • Rachel from Raleigh, NcI love this song! It is soo funny! I just can't stop laughing!
  • Jen from Melbourne, FlI love when they dis each other's band names like "Korn on the cob" and "Limp Dick". The lyrics are so cool.
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