"(I Won't) Pay Your Price" as written by and Ian Fraser/clarke Kilminster....
I'm so drunk
Hey!
Move out, it's time for someone else
Quit thinking only of yourself
You're really a nasty piece of work, you know you thought you was a hero
But you're really just a jerk
On my way, you know I won't pay your price

You can't stop me, dontcha even try
Gonna stick my finger in your eye
You don't deserve my admiration, and I'll sling you through a window if you give me aggravation
On my way, you know I won't pay your price

Listen!
I'm tired o' listenin' to crap
I'd rather stab you in the back
I'm telling you the only real reason that you ain't got it yet is 'cause skunk is outta season
On my way, you know I won't pay your price

Shut the door behind you when you go
Why you're still here, I really don't know
I'm gonna count up to three and if you're still here then I'm gonna blow away your knees
On my way, you know I won't pay your price
Your price, yeah
Your price
Your price


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"(I Won't) Pay Your Price" as written by Ian Kilmister Edward Alan Clarke

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    General CommentThis is my favorite Motörhead song. It's pretty clear that this song is an "eff you" to a person that causes you nothing but grief. Most likely a significant other in this case. Great lyrics. Lemmy is the man.
    N9inchnails9on August 17, 2014   Link

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