All Out Life

Album: non-album single (2018)
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  • What a world, the horizon
    It's coming like a hell-bent killing machine
    Can't afford to be the goddamn wreckage
    Burn it all again at a million degrees
    Calling all the adamant upper-level
    Undefeated counterfeit cunts with a reason to fear
    Throw away all the meaningless shit that's clinging
    The enemy is here, I said stop

    Give it to 3
    I'm going to show you how to do it if you know what I mean
    One by one against, give me the name
    All you shiny pretty never-wills ruined the game
    You hold all the keys so the chains shouldn't hold you
    I know you heard me, I fucking told you

    Old does not mean dead
    New does not mean best
    No hard feelings
    I'm tired of being right
    About everything I've said
    Yours does not mean mine
    Kill does not mean die
    We are not your kind
    No excuses
    I challenge you to all out fucking life

    Drop that shit and put it on a pedestal
    Children are afraid of the gods
    Raise your hands and show me what's impossible
    That makes us even, never tell me the odds
    What a bore, getting stuck in a metaphor
    I don't want to go to sleep
    I need a breakdown quick in negotiations
    Get it all together and remember to seethe, stop

    Give it to 3
    I'm going to show you how to do it if you know what I mean
    Drive by violence, more of the same
    I can see where you're going and I'm really ashamed
    Do you think when you act or just act like you're thinking?
    I got to know now, you better tell me

    Old does not mean dead
    New does not mean best
    No hard feelings
    I'm tired of being right
    About everything I've said
    Yours does not mean mine
    Kill does not mean die
    We are not your kind
    I challenge you to all out life

    We are gathered here today to get it right
    Repeat after me:
    "I will not celebrate mediocrity
    I will not worship empty shells
    I will not listen to worthless noises
    I will not subject myself to selected predictable choices
    My time, my attention
    My quality should not be bought and sold
    For convenience's sake, ever!"

    We are not your kind
    We are not your kind
    We are not your kind
    We are not your kind
    We are not your kind
    We are not your kind
    We are not your kind
    We are not your kind

    Old does not mean dead (Hey!)
    New does not mean best (Hey!)
    No hard feelings
    I'm tired of being right
    About everything I've said
    Yours does not mean mine (Mine!)
    Kill does not mean die (Die!)
    Pay attention
    It's gonna be a while 'til I really feel alright

    Old does not mean dead (Hey!)
    New does not mean best (Hey!)
    No hard feelings
    I'm tired of being right
    About everything I've said
    Yours does not mean mine (Mine!)
    Kill does not mean die (Die!)
    We are not your kind
    No excuses
    I challenge you to all out fucking life

    All-out life
    Yeah
    I challenge you to all-out fucking life
    Yeah
    Live!
    Live!
    Live!
    Life! Writer/s: Alessandro Venturella, Chris Fehn, Corey Taylor, Craig Jones, Jay Weinberg, Jim Root, Mick Thomson, Shawn Crahan, Sid Wilson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Plague from Ur Momlove the song and i agree that we shouldn't care about new or old music but music that we love
  • Will from Athens,alNow the intro to NXT, slipknot coudos to you
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