Say Hello

  • Walked in the place
    Everybody looked down at we
    Disgust on their face
    But we don't mind cause we're too busy smiling
    Never get in my face
    That's not the way to understanding
    Ignorance is blind
    So this time I'm gonna let it ride

    I know
    That I know
    That I know
    That this is
    I know
    That I know
    That I know
    That this is real

    I hate to disappoint you but this is how I feel
    Let me introduce to you myself
    Say hello to the bad guy

    Can't plead my case
    The jury's out, won't give me a chance
    Because I don't think the same
    They shut down the court and kidnapped the judge
    Now they sit in his place
    Who are you to make up what's right
    Deciding my fate?
    I know your kind, I have and I will carry on

    I know
    That I know
    That I know
    That this is
    I know
    That I know
    That I know
    That this is real

    I hate to disappoint you but this is how I feel
    Let me introduce to you myself
    Say hello to the bad guy
    We're here to make you feel
    Better about yourself
    We're here to introduce you to youself
    Say hello to the bad guy

    I hate to disappoint you but this is how I feel
    Let me introduce to you myself
    Say hello to the bad guy
    We're here to make you feel
    Better about yourself
    We're here to introduce you to youself
    Say hello to the bad guy Writer/s: Jason P Truby, Mark Traa Daniels, Noah C Jr Bernardo, Paul J Sandoval
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Jim from San Diego, CaStanding up for your beliefs! Fight for what you believe.
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