2 X 4

Album: Load (1996)
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  • Yeah
    I'm gonna make you, shake you, take you
    I'm gonna be the one who breaks you
    Put the screws into you, my way
    Yeah, come on, come on come and make my day
    Make my day

    Yeah
    Got some hell to pay you, steal your thunder
    The joy of violent movement, pulls you under
    Ooh bite the bullet, well hard
    Yeah, but I bite harder, so go to far
    To far

    Friction, fusion, retribution
    I can't hear you...talk to me
    I can't hear you...so talk to me
    I can't hear you are you talking to me
    I can't hear you are you talking to me
    I can't hear you trying to be my Lord
    I can't hear you talking two by four

    Yeah
    I'm gonna make you, shake you, take you
    I'm gonna be that one who breaks you
    Put the screws into you, my way
    Hey come on, come on, come and make my day
    Make my day

    Friction, fusion, retribution
    I can't hear you...talk to me
    I can't hear you...talk to me
    I can't hear you are you talking to me
    I can't hear you while your talking to me
    I can't hear you trying to be my Lord
    I can't hear you talking two by four

    Friction, fusion, retribution
    I'm going to make you...talk to me
    I'm going to trick you...so talk to me
    I can't hear you are you talking to me
    I can't hear you are you talking to me
    I can't hear you trying to be my Lord
    I can't hear you talking two by four Writer/s: JAMES ALAN HETFIELD, KIRK L. HAMMETT, LARS ULRICH
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