Up To No Good

Album: Let the Dominoes Fall (2009)
  • One, two three, four, five, six, seven, eight

    No one is safe here
    We're all in danger
    Through the corridor
    I see a stranger
    Robbin' and ransacking
    I see him walking
    Lock your doors now
    I hear him knocking

    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Like a spark on a wire
    Or a splinter in wood
    Best intentions get
    Misunderstood
    But that motherfucker is
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no
    One, two three, four, five, six, seven, eight

    Quick like a snake
    he's good at stealing
    He'll even steal the plaster
    off the ceiling
    Cloaked in darkness
    I see him standing
    Making moves in the night
    he's a ghost man

    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Like a spark on a wire
    Or a splinter in wood
    Best intentions get
    Misunderstood
    But that motherfucker is
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
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    Criminals I understand them
    Watch your back
    Cause we'll come at random
    Born to lose
    And you end up in the system
    He's our friend
    Now we're gonna miss him

    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Like a spark on a wire
    Or a splinter in wood
    Best intentions get
    Misunderstood
    But that motherfucker is
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
    Up to no good
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    Up to no good
    One, two three, four, five, six, seven, eight Writer/s: Tim Armstrong, Lars Frederiksen, Roger Matthew Freeman, Brett W. Gurewitz
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing, MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING
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