Come on, step inside, and you will realize Tell me what you need, tell me what to be What's your vision? You'll see, what do you expect of me? I can't live that lie Hate!
I sing my words, I'm fucked at dealing with your life's dead bodies everywhere You
Really want me to be a good son why? You make me feel like no one Let me strip the plain, let me not give in Free me of your life, inside my heart dies Your dreams never achieved, don't lay that shit on me Let me live my life
Hate! I sing my words, I'm fucked at dealing With your life's dead bodies everywhere
You! Really want me to be a good son, why? You make me feel like no one You want me to be, something I can never ever be! I sing my words, I thought that didn't With your life's dead bodies everywhere
You! Really want me to be a good son why? You make me feel like no one Dead bodies everywhere!
Writer/s: BRIAN WELCH, BRIAN PHILIP WELCH, DAVID SILVERIA, DAVID RANDALL SILVERIA, JAMES SHAFFER, JAMES CHRISTIAN SHAFFER, JONATHAN DAVIS, JONATHAN HOWSMAN DAVIS, REGINALD ARVIZU
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Zero from Nowhere, NjI'm pretty sure the intro is Munky playing on the high strings of his guitar with a harmonizer effect. It's all original too.
Connor from Pittsboro, NcWat is the beginning tune it is very creepy is it from a horror movie or wat?
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Najora from Modesto, Cai don't like this song but other people do they sing it all the time
Richard from Pittsburgh, PaThe correct lyrics are, "I sing my words, i'm f*cked at dealing, with your life, Dead Bodies Everywhere... You, really want me to be, a good son, why? Do you make me feel like no one, Dead Bodies Everywhere..."
Matt from Uniontown , PaAre the provided lyrics really corect? cause for the life of me, i just cannot derive "i sing my will"...it sounds like theres a 'th' sound at the end....also, "i thought that dealing with your life" sounds different...
Daniel from Ada, Okin my opinion this song is about family problems and how you feel like killing your whole family because they want you to be something you could never be
Kevin from Independence, Mojohn davis never worked in the cemetary, he worked in the mortuary. I am pretty sure that dead bodies everywhere is symbolic for the way his father treated him. That the dead bodies represent times in his past that he was forced to change so drastically that he died.
Jake from Houston, TxHe did work in a cemetary for a while. so this somewhat seems to fit the place based on the names. But you have to listen a lot more carefully to the lyrics. You will see what is above is true.
Harley from Auckland, New ZealandJon Davis used to work in mortuary. Something to do with the song maybe?
Kaern from Decauntessville, OtherThere are actually two different choruses, but both of them sound almost exactly alike. The only part that obviously sounds different between the two is "a fight" and "f--ked." Kornkids used to have the lyrics with both choruses, but eventually it was changed to just one chorus multiple times. *Easiest to tell if you are a lipreader*
Nick from Paramus, NjIf you look on KoRnKids.com or many other KoRn sites you can see that it is about what his father wanted.(KoRn Kids didn't update their site in like 4 years but the info is still accurate.)
Brad from Manteca, CaThis is my favorite song, and i am defintetly impressed by the simple guitar part at the beginning. The lullaby nature of that guitar part leads me to believe Danny, that it did involve things his father said to him as opposed to his job as a morticians assistant in bakersfield california, which he did have.
Brian from Mayfield Heights, OhThe fact is right... philip is wrong. Just so you know...
Nick from Paramus, NjI tried my best with the chorus to the song. If you have a better interpretation feel free to correct the lyrics.
Philip from Swansea, WalesIn this song Jonathan Davis tells the story of the unpleasentness he expirienced during his job while working as a coroners assistent.