To The Core

Album: Revolutions Per Minute (2003)
  • If I could paint how I feel, I'd draw bullseye on your forehead
    My anger is not misdirected unless it somehow misses you

    Time spent on hate, is time gone to waste , I watch you point and click your life away

    So cast the stones that I'll gladly catch
    And I'll throw them right back, I stand behind the things I say,
    You type the words you won't say to my face

    Time spent on hate, is time gone to waste , I watch you point and click your life away

    It seems you've let me go again, just like the day you let me in, the best of intentions,
    You were never mine to begin with

    So step away from the fucking screen, see a world outside your scene,
    Maybe then you will know and realize the lack of threat you pose Writer/s: BRANDON BARNES, JOSEPH PRINCIPE, TIMOTHY MCILRATH, TODD MOHNEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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