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Black on Black: A Tribute to Black Flag [2006] (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Rise Above: 24 Black Flag Songs to Benefit the West Memphis Three (Hank Williams III) · Rise Above: 24 Black Flag Songs to Benefit the West Memphis Three (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Black Flag (Young Jeezy) · Damaged: The Remixes (The Countdown) · Get Damaged (Be Your Own Pet) · Damaged (Lambchop) · Damaged (Course of Nature) · Damaged (Kandles at Nine) · Damaged [2006] (Razed in Black) – and 90 other albums »


someone who was taking
them two by two and lately I'd become the
one who'd have laughed at you too! There
was a Black Flag on my morning There was
Born in a graveyard adopted by sin
I cultivate evil that's living within
A preacher tried saving my black damaged soul
Possessed by a demon that
ring

I came to you (I came to you) , and you to me (and you to me)
And we were barking at the drug dogs, blood-dried-black on their hands
Never
Neurosis but I kept the Lookouts
I got the record player but I didn't get the house

I've got one Black Flag Damaged
And one Golden Shower of Hits
I
I found a black beret on the street today
It was lying in the gutter all torn
There's a white flag flying on a tall building
But the kids just
of light cuts slean, like a knife
Damaged and torn, punctured by thorns
I've felt nothing since I was born
RIP my skin from my bones, I won't bleed
RIP
flags and bullets start to fly

The old black rooster sang him down that dirt road
His step seemed bold, his manner fancy-free
I pray we see him alive
There are nights, so vacant and hushed, 
I can feel the texture of my tattered soul moving within me.
Black tar, dripping, sticky and thick.
the railing, like a flag that's just been torn
You were trying, you were failing, you were screaming through the storm
Didn't know where I was, didn't know
again
Another aim by a bully
I watch them dying in vain

We've got our marching orders
Defenders of the homeland; our pride
We've crossed through many
near you to plant our subway tree

Stumbling in your foot step traces only I alone
Have the might to reaad your black flags, to know where to go

Targets
as the ship pulled away from the quay
And amidst all the cheers, the flag-waving and tears, we sailed off for Gallipoli
And how well I remember that terrible
it all
We've been to hell and back

When I was young life was savage
The leather gets scuffed as it's worn
Rolling along you get damaged
So you grab
of the flag for me 

Then the rosary beads count to one, two, three
Fell apart as they hit the floor 
In a garb of black we must pay respect 
To the color
There's a little black spot on the sun today
It's the same old thing as yesterday
There's a black hat caught in the high tree top
There's a flag pole
the weather
And it flies through a flag
Change in the places
I knew as a lad

Change, change
Change, change, change, change, change

Change on the mountain
A city, a village, a neighborhood, a ghost town
I saw vandals catching tags and Puerto Rican flags
I saw a pregnant woman on the verge of bursting (boom)
Straight fool in my black bandana,
I'm a G in my black bandana -
Throw up ya flags!

-[Verse 1]-
Ain't shit changed, still rep the Ma'ia;
Mission impossible,
There's a little black spot on the sun today
It's the same old thing as yesterday
There's a black hat caught in the high tree top
There's a flag
a flag-pole rag and the wind won't stop

I have stood here before inside the pouring rain
With the world turning circles running 'round my brain
I guess I
hat caught in a high tree top
That's my soul up there
There's a flag pole rag and the wind won't stop
That's my soul up there

I have stood here
enough
Graphite from my damaged cranium
To inspire or asphyxiate any eyes
Grazing like hungry cows across the stage or page.

Inside of me I'm crazy
Mayday!
Born in the flood
Bloody fingerprint sets
Black marketed fresh
Water canons forget me not
Epitaph airbrush with death
White t's
Wife beaters
a flag-pole rag and the wind won't stop

I have stood here before inside the pouring rain
With the world turning circles running 'round my brain
I guess I
Mister Trouble come walkin' this way
Year gone by feels like one long day
But I'm alive and I'm feelin' all right
Well I run that hard road outta