Enemy

Album: Seasons (2003)
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  • Step up to me, Step up to me
    You want to be a big time player, it's not to be
    Look at all the snide ass, actin' like a wise ass
    I'll fuck up your face and you'll never look back

    So when you fall to the ground
    And finally get back to reality
    And no one at all is around
    So tell me how does it feel to be the enemy?

    Step up to me, Step up to me
    Step up to me, Step up to me
    Step up to me, Step up to me
    You want to be a big time player, it's not to be

    Look at your face, look at your name
    It's funny you're a loser with only yourself to blame
    Cut your fucking hair now, scared of all the stare downs
    You want to be like me cause it's real
    So you steal on your way to fame
    Never gonna be, never gonna see
    Your name in lights, you can always dream what 'cha could've been
    Clean up my shit, you look like a dick
    Step to unemployment, step

    So when you fall to the ground
    And finally get back to reality
    And no one at all is around
    So tell me how does it feel to be the enemy?

    So when you fall to the ground
    And finally get back to reality
    And no one at all is around
    So tell me how does it feel to be the enemy?

    Step! step! Step up to me, step up
    You're the enemy!
    Step! step! Step up to me, step up

    So when you fall to the ground
    And finally get back to reality
    And no one at all is around
    So tell me how does it feel to be the enemy?

    So when you fall to the ground
    And finally get back to reality
    And no one at all is around
    So tell me how does it feel to be the enemy?

    Step up to me, Step up to me,
    Step up to me, Step up to me,
    Step up to me, Step up to me, Writer/s: Ian Nash, Peter Newdeck, Richard Walker, Steve Grimmett
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Comments: 5

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjWeird that they were dissin' on Coal Chamber yet they're currently on tour with them. I guess they resolved their differences.
  • Gabreya from Pine Bluff, AkI love this song. I love their vocals and tunes! It's one of their greastest songs that I love to listen to. Next to "Live Again", "Leech", and "Beautiful", this a song to enlighten you on a drowsy day. I can actually find myself dancing to this!
  • Tori from Birmingham, EnglandShe wasn't thrown out for no reason, she left the band for a while to look after their baby, which was understandable, but since her baby was now her first priority it is also obvious that the band wouldn;t be as important to her, and Nadja was a better bassist than Rayna anyway. Dez did what was best for the band... even if he is a complete (deleted)
  • Josh from Auburndale, FlThis song is a direct hit to Dez of Coal Chamber, and Morgan's wife was the bass player in Coal Chamber. The song is a hit to Dez because Morgan's wife was kicked out of Coal Chamber by Dez for no reason at all.
  • Danny from Franklin, GaThis is a real great song! Their new song "Ugly" is good as well.
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