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Fresh flesh, slingin' down your street.
Fresh flesh, won't you eat my meat?
Fresh flesh, oozin' through the slime,
Fresh flesh, and the city's mine!

Fresh flesh! (x2)

Under the subway ditch,
Shoot down some old bitch!
With nothin' else to do,
I just might you.
If you get in my way,
I cut your leg off, pay!
Drop you off downtown,
watch you crawl around!

Fresh flesh!
Fresh flesh!

I wanna fuck you to death,
I don't wanna smell your breath.
Piss on your warm embrace!
I just wanna cum in your face!
I don't care if you're dead,
and I don't care if you're erect!
I don't care if you're all cut up -
blood on your dress!

Fresh flesh!
Fresh flesh!


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  • +2
    General CommentYour reaction to this song only further justified FEAR and what they were doing. They were some guys from Philly who started a punk band because it was a new trend, and they tried to offend everyone that they could. And you saying that this song is Repulsive and crossed the line is exactly what they'd want to hear.
    Roofawitzon July 19, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentFear was a one hit wonder, their debut album being the hit. But, this song is REPULSIVE. They crossed the line...
    gofuckyourselfon August 30, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHahaha! That bottom comment is funny. I mean seriously! It was meant tongue in cheek, repulsive or otherwise like Roofawitz said it was to envoke a response... and 30 years later it still does... Nice one. I guess Fear live by the philosophy that any publicity is good publicity. Onya fellas!

    And the line "Shoot down some old bitch!" has me in stitches every time I hear it... Funny shit.
    Tricky1979on March 05, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis reminds me of Code Blue by TSOL. It's about necrophilia.
    Tig45on December 19, 2015   Link

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