Someday I'm going to smack your face Someday I'm going to smack your face Somebody's going to call your bluff Somebody's going to treat you rough Sometimes there is only one way out I've got to fight
Sometimes I get to feel so mean Sometimes I get to feel so mean Sometimes you look like you're too clean Sometimes I see the in-between Sometimes only one way I've got to fight
You're way past your station Beat you honey till you drop
You're way past your station It's useless asking you to stop I got morbid fascination Beat you honey till you drop
Sometimes you're going to get some stick Sometimes you're going to get some stick Somebody's standing in our way Somebody's gonna have to pay Sometimes there is only one way I've got to fight
Writer/s: BRIAN JOHN DUFFY, DAVID GREENFIELD, HUGH ALAN CORNWELL, JEAN JACQUES BURNEL
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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