"Famous Monsters" as written by Joseph Scott Sappington, Christopher Jon Dabaldo, Wayne A. Swinny, David A. Novotny and Paul Allen Crosby....
Look at your life, look at the way you slip and slide at your time.
Look at the ones that you've left behind.
Look at your eyes, the haunted black circles of your plight.
But you can get by, oh and killing you might take one more night.

Cause you're a famous monster, you do whatever they offer.
You tie their noose around your neck and they throw you over.
Cause you're a famous monster

Look at your mind, look at the strength you never found.
You lean on your pride, the only friend that would never let you down.
Look at the signs, look at the way they stop and stare.
They're watching you die, and when you're gone it's like you weren't even there.

Cause you're a famous monster, you do whatever they offer.
You tie their noose around your neck and they throw you over.

Cause you're a famous monster, you do whatever they offer.
You tie their noose around your neck and they throw you over.

Cause you're a famous monster,
Famous monster
Famous monster


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"Famous Monsters" as written by David A. Novotny Christopher Jon Dabaldo

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    General CommentThey are so frustrated with the music biz and their pain is only get worse with all the popularity they gain.
    cowgirlon January 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song speaks for it self!
    Timerevolver0109on April 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is generally just allowing yourself to be used until you end. Then, when they're done with you, they drop you like you're hot.
    Maekrixon September 04, 2006   Link

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