Wasting My Hate

  • Good day. How do?
    And I send a smile to you
    Don't waste, waste your breath
    And I won't waste my hate on you

    Ain't gonna waste my hate
    Ain't gonna waste my hate on you
    I think I'll keep it for myself

    Ain't gonna give no more
    Ain't got the time to help you score
    I think it's time you pleased yourself
    Yourself

    Good day. How do?
    And I send a smile to you
    Don't waste, waste your breath
    And I won't waste my hate on you
    Waste my hate on you
    Hate

    You think you're worthy now?
    You think enough to even raise the brow
    And to laugh and tip that two-pronged crown?

    Well I see my hands, I see my feet
    I feel that blood that pumps in beat
    But where the hell's my mind going now?
    Dead gone now

    Good day. How do?
    And I send a smile to you
    Don't waste, waste your breath
    And I won't waste my hate on you
    Waste my hate on you

    Think I'll keep it for myself

    Hate

    Ain't gonna waste my hate
    But I'm so greedy when they say
    Better to give than to receive

    Ain't gonna waste my hate
    Ain't got time to waste my hate on you
    I think I'll keep it all for myself
    For myself

    Good day. How do?
    And I send a smile to you
    Don't waste, waste your breath
    And I won't waste my hate on you
    Waste my hate on you

    Think I'll keep it for myself

    Hate Writer/s: JAMES ALAN HETFIELD, KIRK L. HAMMETT, LARS ULRICH
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Zander from Los AngelesRecently they play the main riff to this song after playing "Seek and Destroy" live, which is usually the last song of the set.
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