Same Solution

Album: Violence (2000)
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  • Before this starts
    I just want to tell you
    That you could fuck us
    Love me
    So I can relax
    So I can aim straight
    So I can do right for us

    I know you inside
    I know you're cold
    I know you're saddened by the loss of those
    They really loved you
    And now you're cold
    I'm sorry that you're next, so go

    Who's next? All right!
    With the fucking bruised knees in the black skirt
    Screaming, all right
    In the bloody back seat of my black hearse
    Hanging, all right
    On a fucking meat hook in my basement
    Who's next? All right!
    It's everybody's time to die

    My mind does this
    I can't stop the rage inside
    my hands again
    Hate me
    So I can relax
    So I can kill you
    So I can do right for us

    No more pretending
    We're all alone
    I want to hear just what you left us all
    We really love you
    But now we're cold
    I'm sorry that you're next to go
    Who's next? All right!
    With the fucking bruised knees in the black skirt
    Screaming, all right
    In the bloody back seat of my black hearse
    Hanging, all right
    On a fucking meat hook in my basement
    Who's next? All right!
    It's everybody's time to die

    Yeah, fuck, you'll die you fucking bitch

    I can't deny
    forensic lies
    or hateful sighs
    I'll wait for you, I wait for you

    I'm glad you know

    I cannot take this anymore
    You've pushed me to the limits
    You sold us this before
    But still I know
    We'll find the right one to fight with us now
    and I know that you're set on us, you're set on us
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