Five

Album: Burn My Eyes (1999)
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  • I remember it was the month October
    In a garage I was standing scared and somber
    I could smell your breathing and the pain your leaving
    So ashamed I'm feeling
    And now I am left to fate

    For all the times I'd be losing my mind
    You molest and destroy just a five year old boy
    And you make me suffer motherfucker
    Ripped my heart out
    It was so good

    I remember words that never left me
    For a scull of silver here's what you'd do for me
    If you tell, I'll kill you
    Rip the child out from you
    Wish that I could stop you
    Please god make this go away

    For all the times I've been losing my mind
    You molest and destroy just a five year old boy
    And you make me suffer, mother fucker
    Ripped my heart out
    Innocence was lost

    And I feel it
    I can't take it
    I don't want it
    Anymore

    Was only five
    And I feel it
    Can't take it anymore

    For all the times I heard you
    Say in my god damned mind
    Make it sooner if I suck you
    I'd make you suffer
    Make you suffer
    Motherfucker

    For all the times I'd be losing my mind
    You molest and destroy just a five year old boy
    And you make me suffer, motherfucker
    Ripped my heart out
    I was only five
    Five Writer/s: ADAM DUCE, AHRUE LUSTER, DAVE MCCLAIN, ROBERT CONRAD FLYNN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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