Help Me

Album: Nothing (2010)
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  • Help me
    'Cause I, can feel, the fumes.
    'Cause someone uncool, has made it inside the room,
    Our idea's get shared, now the girl won't get spared,
    And you're just sitting there, sucking up the air

    OK, you got it, you want to do somethin' 'bout it,
    Wait a minute, what's wrong, somethin' broke?
    (Come on)

    Help me

    Is that a snake I just saw?
    Well they can only live with the grass, and weeds, are tall.
    Well I'll stop at no cost to please my eyes
    And no I won't kill you but I'll watch you die
    C'mon!
    Woo!
    Yeah!
    Die bitch die!
    Ah

    Help me
    'Cause this ain't good for my health
    So you can have this room and building yourself
    My oath won't let me conspire
    While your presence set our sanctuary on fire

    Help me

    'Cause your intentions are pure

    'Cause cool can only be killed never absorbed
    And I will never stop or compromise
    And no I won't kill you but I'll watch you die
    C'mon!
    Woo!
    Yeah!
    Yeah!
    Aw

    Help me

    Understand why you're surprised
    But never mind that please look outside
    Submarines and flying machines and fella's you know
    And signs that say we should've nuked you a long time ago

    Help me
    See those war machines out there
    Are packed with your karma do you care
    Just no karma doesn't stop when you cry
    And no I won't kill you but I'll watch you die
    C'mon!
    Woo!
    Yeah!
    Yeah!
    Yeah

    Help me

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