The Alcoholik

Album: Use Once and Destroy (2002)
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  • Pick up and shake in the wind
    Shed your resource and keep it down, trashed
    Don't make it right, don't move it in
    Put it in the mouth, and swallowed whole
    Smashed
    (It makes all the sense to me, and could it make all the sense to you? Let it ride)

    Because there ain't no winning in this one right
    I try to facilitate, whine in restoration
    Blown

    Blow through the prime of life
    Numb all the senses down
    Project your fear of heights
    Onto untraveled ground

    Fry and hallucinate, pry and investigate

    Blow through the prime of life
    Numb all the senses down
    Project your fear of heights
    Onto untraveled ground

    Pitfalls of grief, on all that displayed for the groundout
    Prophetically speaking the wilted unformulated Writer/s: JIMMY BOWER, JOE FAZZIO, PHILIP ANSELMO, PHILIP HANSEN ANSELMO
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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