I Guess It's American

Album: Greetings From Tennessee (2001)
  • I am incinerator
    I have nothing to lose
    Right hand of the creator today
    Feel all right oh

    I am incinerator
    I owe nothing to you
    I stand on the equator today
    Feels all right this way

    If you ever pull that shit again
    Never see you the same way again
    It's embarrassin'
    I guess it's american
    It's embarrassin'

    I am incinerator
    I am dead to the world
    I'll do whatever to please you today
    Feels all right this way

    If you ever pull that shit again
    Never see you the same way again
    It's embarrassin'
    I guess it's american
    It's embarrassin'

    If you ever pull that shit again
    Never see you the same way again
    It's embarrassin'
    I guess it's american
    It's embarrassin'

    Let's get drunk with harrison
    Mic harrison
    And the faults
    Ah ah

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