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Eddie got slit in the jugular vein
And Bobby, I miss you more than all the others
And I salute you brother

Vinnie got busted on a narco rap
He beat
come to bring us rock
Well, it's more than a religion and since then it's our law

Metal put as all together, now we are so strong
Now showing
Standing proud before the signal
When I see the light
I feel like more than just a number
And I stand by you
Or else we just don't see the others

Find some
Did your parents ever tell you to stay away
From rock and roll
Don't you ever tell them we're more than a
Million strong
Taking your life
(*background is Black Sabbath's "Iron Man," performed by the group Metal Church*)

(*chanting*)

[Verse 1]
You could strike a match in my hand
Too
Cars and trucks
Fly by me on the corner
But I'm all right
Standin' proud before the signal
When I see the light
I know I'm more than just
than radio metal 
And she's so good 
But, she's no good for me 

Oh, Miss Delaney 
What's the matter? 
You waited by the window 
(You waited by
a cell in the tombs
Judy jumped in front of a subway train
Eddie got slit in the jugular vein
And Eddie, I miss you more than all the others,
And I salute
and still ended up here
Well, I would have had a whole lot more fun
Than this mess that you see
Well, I guess it would be my own bed
That I'd have to lie in
Again and again,
Chickenshit conformist
Like your parents
What's ripped us apart even more than drugs
Are the thieves and the goddamn liars
Flipping
made?

Precious moments, precious few
When that dollar's more than me and you
It's the joy of forgetting,
Such a joy to forget

But we killed all
're reading this

The myth is real - let's eat

General Robert E. Lee
Freed his slaves before Grant freed his
Brian Willson's legs
Severed by a train
The crew
to parties playing Soul Clap
The old head Jamaicans with machine guns on mopeds
The "Ooh you in trouble when dad get's home, you're so dead"
I'm more Timbs
{written by Sheryl Crow, Jeff Trott and Brian McLeod}
{additional vocal by Larry Graham}
Everyday is a winding road, is a winding road, is
might say
I measure pleasure by the pain
Measure pleasure by the twisting
Of the metal in vein
And it might be very hard
Can't be more than what we
a cell in the tombs
Judy jumped in front of a subway train
Eddie got slit in the jugular vein
And Eddie, I miss you more than all the others,
And I salute
A man carried metal, carried gold
More than he could handle, more than he could hold
It weighed him down to a sand shallow grave
Where his bones
might say
I measure pleasure by the pain
Measure pleasure by the twisting
Of the metal in vein
And it might be very hard
Can't be more than what we
to the machine.
And I drove that metal.
As far away.

Do you really want to go much faster?
Anything less than love is disaster.
Do you really want to drag my
wet

I can't prepare for death any more than I already have
All you can do now is watch the shells
The game looks easy that's why it sells
Paralyzed between these metal walls.
And how I wish I had something more than this.
Is this success?
'Cause when I'm home, it's just another day.
into my way 
Dig up yourself from your grave 

Back to the reason to kill, not exactly motherfucking raw metal 
Do you look into the grime 
(Fuck
of them all
But his macho was dented and he took a fall
Garland sang tragedy touching our hearts
But her life was a tragedy more than her art
Fabian
strong
It makes nothing more than all

Through the limits of darkness feel our eyes
Sons of a sound servers who want to rise
We'll make the time explode
prepared 
It's peace you say that you fight for but it's war you declare 
Take a life to save a life you call that living in peace? 
It takes more than