"Disintegration/free Money" as written by and Brett Dodwell Eric Mastrokolas....
Disintegration you bastard
I've done overdose it doesn't mean shit
One time what about you it doesn't bother me a bit
My body is a weapon and my mind is decay
And all you stupid assholes are here to see me die

Disintegration
Disintegration
Disintegration
Disintegration
Disintegration
Disintegration
I don't need you now so why don't you go away
Your day will come real soon and your mind will be
And everyone will fuck you, you're such a fucking whore
And when I see you standing there
I just don't want no more

Disintegration
Disintegration
Disintegration
Disintegration
Disintegration
Disintegration
Free Money
I don't want your problem
Sopping all the time
I can't even go
When I don't even have the time

I want everything and every thing wants me
I want everything and every thing comes out of me

I want free money
I want free money
I want free money
I want free money
Life is slavery working 9 to 5
Waste your time working
You might as well die

I want everything and every thing wants me
I want everything and every thing comes out of me

Life is slavery working 9 to 5
Waste your time working
You might as well die


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"Disintegration/Free Money" as written by Eric Mastrokolas Brett Dodwell

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    General Commentthis basically is explaining the life of a working man in middle class
    how he just goes to work every day and disenegrates
    the part of him wanting free money
    well don't we all?
    blink182suxon April 13, 2005   Link
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    General Commentc'mon, slayer's new songs sux, listen to reign in blood, south of heaven and show no mercy instead, btw their new lyrics isn't evil, they sound exactly like hip hop ;)
    ENion January 09, 2006   Link

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