"Break Stuff" as written by William Frederick Durst, Leor Dimant, Wesley Louden Borland, John Everett Otto, Samuel Robert Rivers and Brendan O'brien....
Its just one of those days
Where you don't want to wake up
Everything is fucked
Everybody sucks
You don't really know why
But you want to justify
Rippin' someone's head off
No human contact
And if you interact
Your life is on contract
Your best bet is to stay away motherfucker
It's just one of those days
It's all about the he-says, she-says bullshit
I think you better quit, let the shit slip
Or you'll be leaving with a fat lip
It's all about the he-says, she-says bullshit
I think you better quit, talking that shit
Its just one of those days
Feeling like a freight train
First one to complain
Leaves with a bloodstain
Damn right I'm a maniac
You better watch your back
Cause I'm fucking up your program
And then your stuck up
You just lucked up
Next in line to get fucked up
Your best bet is to stay away motherfucker
It's just one of those days
It's all about the he-says, she-says bullshit
I think you better quit, let the shit slip
Or you'll be leaving with a fat lip
It's all about the he-says, she-says bullshit
I think you better quit, talking that shit
Punk, so come and get it
I feel like shit
My suggestion, is to keep your distance
Cause right now I'm dangerous
We've all felt like shit
And been treated like shit
All those motherfuckers
That want to step up
I hope you know, I pack a chainsaw
I'll skin your ass raw
And if my day keeps going this way, I just might
Break something tonight
I pack a chainsaw
I'll skin your ass raw
And if my day keeps going this way, I just might
Break something tonight
I pack a chainsaw
I'll skin your ass raw
And if my day keeps going this way, I just might
Break your fucking face tonight
Give me something to break
Just give me something to break
How bout yer fucking face
I hope you know, I pack a chainsaw
What!
A chainsaw
What!
A motherfucking chainsaw
What!
So come and get it
It's all about the he-says, she-says bullshit
I think you better quit, let the shit slip
Or you'll be leaving with a fat lip
It's all about the he-says, she-says bullshit
I think you better quit, talking that shit
Punk, so come and get it


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"Break Stuff" as written by John Everett Otto Brendan O'brien

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    General CommentTypical of people, more who just see Fred Durst as a ‘talentless’ lyricist. The meaning and message behind this song, no, beautiful work of art shows just how deep he is. His lyrical process is so deep and hidden within his songs he is often seen as immature by those unable to understand it. Having nearly finished high school, I consider myself rather well educated. ‘Breakstuff’ is obviously an expression on how society has evolved but as a species, we are still as primitive and violent as our ancestors millions of years ago.
    “It’s all about the he said she said bullshit” ‘He said, She said’ is a very famous ballet which Fred Durst has taken a keen interest in. This play teaches us all about our primitive nature also.
    Just by reading the lyrics, one can see the influence he has no doubt received from Viennese Harequez’s poem ‘Forbidden Love’ about having strong Christian beliefs in a strictly atheist family.
    “It’s just one of those days feeling like a freight train” Is an obvious nod towards the 1827 play ‘Freight Train’ by acclaimed German writer ‘Maximilian Fassbinder. Fred Durst has expressed much love for this play interviews. He has always been the artistically processed type.
    Limp Bizkit’s beautiful expression on this song is amazing Of course, not everyone is able to grasp art on this level. Keep trying Mr. Durst, they laughed at Leonardo Da Vinci in his time.
    Yournewgodon May 28, 2005   Link

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