The Metal

Album: The Pick Of Destiny (2006)
  • Talking

    (JB) You can't kill the metal
    The metal will live on
    Punk-Rock tried to kill the metal
    But they failed, as they were smite to the ground
    New-wave tried to kill the metal
    But they failed, as they were striken down to the ground
    Grunge tried to kill the metal Ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha
    They failed, as they were thrown to the ground
    (argh ... yea!) x2

    Singing

    (Both)No-one can destroy the metal
    The metal will strike you down with a vicious blow
    We are the vanquished foes of the metal
    We tried to win for why we do not know

    (JB) New-wave tried to destroy the metal, but the metal had its way
    Grunge then tried to dethrone the metal, but metal was in the way
    Punk-rock tried to destroy the metal, but metal was much too strong
    Techno tried to defile the metal, but techno was proven wrong
    Yea!

    Metal!
    It comes from hell! Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • John from Tomball, TxPeter, this song is not cheesy, its awesome. and a lot more ppl than u think knew about it before guitar hero. including me and most everyone i know. and some ppl i dont know.
  • Homer from Springfield, KyI personally don't like metal. More hard rock. But this is a good song.
  • James from Indianapolis, InGreat song and the lyrics are even greater. =) haha no one can Destroy Metal Music!
  • Peter from Penistown, IlThis song's a little cheesy, although I love Tenacious D. I mean, everyone knows it just cause Guitar Hero. Some good Tenacious songs: Tribute, Wonderboy, Lee, Master Exploder, Classico
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