Redneck

Album: Sacrament (2006)
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  • So goddamn easy to write this
    You make it spill on the page
    So drunk on yourself, self-righteous
    A laughing stock of your own fucking stage

    Oh but I ain't one to call names
    Or throw stones in a house of glass
    You try me

    This is a motherfuckin' invitation
    The only one you could ever need
    This is a motherfuckin' invitation
    You try me

    Just one time you got a reason
    Heard you had nothing to lose
    A blind preacher for the pin-eyed congregation
    It must be easy to lose

    Oh but I ain't one to call names
    Or throw stones in a house of glass
    You try me

    This is a motherfuckin' invitation
    The only one you could ever need
    This a motherfuckin' invitation
    You try me

    You can tell the same lie a thousand times
    But it never gets any more true
    So close your eyes once more and once more believe
    That they all still believe in you

    Just one time
    This is a motherfuckin' imitation
    The only one you could ever need
    This a motherfuckin' invitation
    Just one time

    This is a motherfuckin' invitation
    Ya' try me

    Just one time (ya' try me)
    Just one time (ya' try me)
    Ya' try me Writer/s: CHRIS ADLER, DAVID RANDALL BLYTHE, JOHN CAMPBELL, MARK MORTON, WILL ADLER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Branden from Orange Park, FlRedneck was my first song I heard from lab of god and I grown to love it ever since because it's just so f--king metal and will always remain as my favorite song.
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