Killing
by Korn

  • Birds are circling above
    They've come back to a waiting level
    Why don't they fly away?

    Surely they have gangs by now
    There is no gun to shoot them down
    And still they stay
    For what they say

    [Chorus]
    I'll be killing them with lies
    I'll be fighting for my life
    Killing them with thoughts
    They can never get enough
    Killing them all because we're killing every single thing
    It's a trained response

    Birds are circling above
    They've come back to a waiting level
    Sold the game
    It bears my name

    I have worshiped some false Gods
    And run to them like I have not thought to
    Cry my shame
    It burned a flame

    [Chorus]

    We are present to raise them to die
    To die
    We are present to raise them to die
    We are present to raise them to die

    Somebody told me once
    Beat them until there's nothing
    Get used to it
    Next thing the line is gone

    Are we going down?
    Are we going down?
    Are we going down?
    Are we going down?
    Are we going down?
    Are we going down?
    Are we going?Writer/s: GRAHAM EDWARDS, JAMES CHRISTIAN SHAFFER, JONATHAN HOWSMAN DAVIS, LAUREN CHRISTY, REGINALD ARVIZU, SCOTT SPOCK, TERRY J. BOZZIO, TERRY JOHN BOZZIO, ZACHARY RYAN BAIRD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjFor Some reason I thought he was saying "I have worshipped some false gods / I run to them like Pavlov's Dogs"
    Don't ask me Why...
  • Josh from Meridain, MsYa, everyday people have to take stupid bull and sometimes they just leat things go. The people that look away maybe the ones you have 2 watch out for cause they might be the one who dose the "Killing".
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