Album: The Pick of Destiny (2006)
  • Can?t you see he?s the man,
    Let me hear you applaud,
    He is more than a man
    He's a shiny golden god.

    If you think its time to fucking rock,
    And fucking roll, out of control
    Well then you know you've got to rock the block,
    You fucking suck, My fucking cock

    Cause when you rule, you fucking school,
    All of the fools, out of there jewels
    Cause if you think it?s time to,
    If you think it?s time to,
    If you think it?s time to fucking rooooock.

    He is going to kick your fucking ass,
    And you know his name is Kyle Gass
    Rocking and fucking rolling,
    And fucking rocking, and fucking rolling
    And fucking.....(JB SKIT) Writer/s: THOMAS JACK BLACK, KYLE RICHARD GASS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Dan from Chicopee, MaDuring the movie, Pick of Destiny this is where the characters of Jack Black and Kyle Gass first meet.
  • Kyl from Mesa, AzI would have to say this is my favorite song on the movie. It rocks real hard lol.
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