Hey Daddy
by Korn

  • Let me see (let me see).
    How my life has been (taken).
    Taken.
    This demon (haunts me).
    Haunts me.
    They're waiting (help me).
    Help me.
    You fuck me up.
    I can't get down.
    You pick me up when I am down.
    I can not live without them.
    I do not live without them.

    Hey daddy (Daddy).
    They are taking me (away).
    Biting.
    Facing him (my soul).
    My soul.
    They're eating.
    Please help me.

    You fuck me up.
    I can't get down.
    You pick me up when I am down.
    I can not live without them.
    I do not live without them.

    They carry this thing inside of me.
    Wants to get out.
    All it does is scream and shout.
    I'm trying not to let them out.
    They tell me to hurt myself.
    They tell me to hurt myself.
    They tell me to hurt myself.
    But I'm not going to listen.

    You fuck me up.
    I can't get down.
    You pick me up when I am down.
    I can not live without them.
    I do not live without them.

    You fuck me up.
    I can't get down.
    You pick me up when I am down.
    I can not live without them.
    I do not live without them.

    Hey, Daddy (waiting). Writer/s: BRIAN WELCH, DAVID RANDALL SILVERIA, JAMES CHRISTIAN SHAFFER, JONATHAN HOWSMAN DAVIS, REGINALD ARVIZU
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjDuring the verses: I'm pretty sure that's Munky using his envelope filter effect on his guitar to get that "drowning man" sound, while Head is subtly using the pitch shifting effect in his digitech whammy pedal, with Fieldy using traditional note-plucking as opposed to his normal slap-bass playing.
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