My World

Album: St. Anger (2003)
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  • The motherfuckers got in my head
    Trying to make me someone else instead

    It's my world now
    It's my world now
    It's my world...
    It's my world...!

    Mama, why's it rainin' in my room?
    Cheer up boy! Clouds will move on soon!
    Heavy fog got me lost inside
    Gonna sit right back and enjoy this ride!

    It's my world
    You can't have it
    It's my world, It's my world
    It's my world

    Sucka!

    I'm out of my head, out of my head
    Get 'em out of my head, out of my head
    Get 'em out!

    Who's in charge of my head today?
    Dancin' devils in angels way

    It's my time now
    It's my time now
    It's my time...
    Yeah, it's my time...!

    Look out motherfuckers here I come!
    I'm gonna make my head my home
    The sons of bitches tried to take my head
    Tried to make me someone else instead

    It's my world
    You can't have it
    It's my world, it's my world
    It's my world

    Sucka!

    I'm out of my head, out of my head
    Get 'em out of my head, out of my head
    Get 'em out!

    Not only do I not know the answer...
    I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHAT THE QUESTION IS!! (x2)

    God it feels...
    Like it only rains on me (x4)

    Not only do I not know the answer...
    I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHAT THE QUESTION IS!! (x2)

    Sucka!

    I'm out of my head, out of my head
    Out of my head, get 'em out of my head
    Get 'em out!

    Enough's enough (x8) Writer/s: BOB ROCK, JAMES ALAN HETFIELD, KIRK L. HAMMETT, LARS ULRICH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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