Come On

Album: Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children (2010)
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  • I can kill forever in a day
    Dissecting every second
    I can be perpetually devoid
    You'll never sense upheaval in my voice

    Come on
    Come on
    Come on
    Do you really want to fuck with me tonight

    I pretend to sleep at night
    Just to hear your voice calling
    I've been down this path before
    Keep leaving wanting
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me)
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me)
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me tonight)

    I've got my hammer, duct tape, visqueen
    I know that nobody believes me
    I've got something to say
    Born in my bloody reign
    Don't ever doubt my art in
    Pieced together body parts

    I pretend to sleep at night
    Just to hear your voice calling
    I've been down this path before
    Keep leaving wanting
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me)
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me)
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me tonight)

    Do you really want to fuck with me
    Do you really want to fuck with me tonight

    I've got my hammer, duct tape, visqueen
    I know that nobody believes me
    Nobody believes me
    Nobody believes me
    Nobody believes

    I can kill forever in a day
    Dissecting every second in the way
    I could be perpetually devoid (Devoid)
    You'll never sense upheaval with my voice

    I pretend to sleep at night
    Just to hear your voice calling
    I've been down this path before
    Keep leaving wanting
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me)
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me)
    Come on (Do you really want to fuck with me tonight)

    Do you really want to fuck with me
    Do you really want to fuck with me tonight Writer/s: DAVE FELTON, Jeffrey Hatrix, John Kilcoyne, Richard Thomas, Steve Felton, Thomas Schmitz, Waylon Reavis
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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Comments: 1

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjCome on! We need some more Mushroomhead songfacts! Mushroomhead are a really deep-thinking band (don't let this song throw you off). Let's get more Mushroomhead songfacts so we can have some deep, philosophical discussions! This band is deeper than most of the rock music out today. [By the way, I saw them at the Gramercy theater in April this year (2011). They opened with this song, and it was good.]
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