Love and Luxury
by Korn

  • I read your little book Head
    I read your little book Head

    You need a reason to believe
    A reason to deceive
    A reason for the song you're singing
    And everything you do
    Makes perfect sense to you
    So why is your alarm bell ringing

    [Chorus]

    I know that your so f**king lonely

    You need a way to get along
    A way to carry on
    A symptom for the pain you're making
    And surely you should know
    That everywhere you go
    There's hazard in the world you're making

    [Chorus]

    You run it, so you best believe it
    You sold it, now your soul perceives it
    You wave a book but now agree with this
    The damage of betrayal
    To hell with that

    A reason to believe
    A reason to deceive
    A reason for the song you're singing
    And everything you do
    Makes perfect sense to you
    So why is your alarm bell ringing

    [Chorus]

    Don't you think you should move on?

    Don't you think you should move on? Writer/s: GRAHAM EDWARDS, JAMES CHRISTIAN SHAFFER, JONATHAN HOWSMAN DAVIS, LAUREN CHRISTY, REGINALD ARVIZU, SCOTT SPOCK, ZACHARY RYAN BAIRD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjWhy don't lyrics contain the chorus?
  • Devon from Spokane, WaEverysong he plays,He has Biblical refrences and God and Theres even a song named Adonai,Named after Hebrew word for God(or some language) and the song Flush,is about kicking addiction,alchol,and trying to kick the addiction of sex,accepting god,and not letting sin corrupt you. Even though im not religous i know all that.
  • A.w. from Wichita, Kswatch heads video for the song flush...its got girls licking eachother and s--t...its just like any other korn vid...he didnt get saved or nothing...i think he left the band as publicity stunt to get out of jon's shadow
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