Judas' Kiss

Album: More Power To Ya (1982)
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  • I wonder how it makes you feel when the prodigal won't come home
    I wonder how it makes you feel when he'd rather be on his own
    I wonder what it's like for you when a lamb has gone astray
    I wonder what it's like for you when your children disobey

    It must be like another thorn struck in your brow
    It must be like another close friend's broken vow
    It must be like another nail right through your wrist
    It must be just like
    Just like Judas' kiss

    I wonder how it makes you feel when no one seeks your face
    I wonder how it makes you feel when they give up in the race
    I wonder what it's like for you when they willingly disobey
    I wonder what it's like for you when they willingly walk away Writer/s: JAMES ALAN HETFIELD, KIRK L. HAMMETT, LARS ULRICH, ROBERT AGUIRRE TRUJILLO, ROBERT AUGUSTINE TRUJILLO
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  • Ryan from Las Vegas, NvGreat guitar riff, overall not their best song but it does have a catchy beat.
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