"Creamer (Radio Is Dead)" as written by William Frederick Durst, John Everett Otto and Samuel Robert Rivers....
(All radio is dead)

Hey kid, who you lookin' at?
Why you standin' all up in my face like that?
You ain't never seen a baseball bat?
A maniac knockin' on your babeball cap
You better step about ten paces back
Or you'll be layin' where your shoe laces at
Go do what your momma told you
And don't be actin' like a punk, thinkin' your a soldier
I see you got a cell phone, I got a number you can dial son, make it 911
Tell 'em stop at hef's house on the way kid
Pick up some playmates but only if they naked
Don't know how you do in your city
But 'round here we gettin' down to the nitty gritty
And I hate to put you out like that
But you've been burnin' like a fire with a mouth like that

Take me back to yesterday
Rollin' dice and getting laid
Everything was a.o.k. oh
But now and then a cloud rolls in
Rains on my parade and then
Talkin' this and that again, oh

Let's break it down for a minute
And roll it on up in third gear for a minute
I got the 21's bumpin' on my benz, and
I got girlies in the back seat rubbin' on my friends, and
I don't really give a fuck about
What these player hatin' pussies give a fuck about
'Cause I'm a night ranger, never been a stranger
My two-way pager is lookin' for some danger
Zoolander, hit you with the magnum
Everybody get your groove on if you have one
And if you ain't got it then admit it:
It's limpbizkit, time for you to get it
All around the world and this 45 prevost
Everywhere we go we watch it on the tivo
And now you're layin' in the bed you made
Drinkin' hatorade, think about it

Take me back to yesterday
Rollin' dice and getting laid
Everything was a.o.k. oh...
But now and then a cloud rolls in
Rains on my parade and then
Talkin' this and that again, go

Leave, thinkin' that you're all that, and then some
I've got news for you (all radio is dead)
So you're thinkin' that you're all that, and then some?
Man, I got news for you (all radio is dead)

(The radio is dead)

Let me guess, you ain't that impressed
Mister, hale - tosis of the breath
Livin' lifestyles of the wish-you-would
From the back isles of the thrifty-good
See I, I got room to talk, kid
I been layin' this track since north cackilack
And the very first day that you fell out the sack
I was in some fat laces, spinnin' on my back
Let me think, let me roll, let me ride
Let me put some funk in the trunk, triple 5
And a memory that can easy your pain
Like a melody from kurt cobain
'Cause ya', never know when it's all gonna end
And ya', never know when you'll call on a friend
So you better take a step to prepare yourself
'Cause the way you're livin' now, ain't good for your health

Thinkin' that you're all that, and then some
I've got news for you (all radio is dead)
So you're thinkin' that you're all that, and then some?
Man, I got news for you (all radio is dead)
Thinkin' that you're all that, and then some
I've got news for you (all radio is dead)
So you're thinkin' that you're all that, and then some?
Man, I got news for you (all radio is dead)

(All radio is dead)


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"Creamer (Radio Is Dead)" as written by Samuel Robert Rivers John Everett Otto

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  • +1
    General Commentactually this is a good song zakkwyldebls (more the sound of it than the lyrics though)
    Chihiroon May 16, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis Song Is BAD ASS
    captainspauldingon December 11, 2005   Link
  • +1
    My Opinion I kind of hate that this song is so good. I almost feel like it's probably better than the band even knows it is.
    ninety6tearson February 07, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think the Bizkits should stop writing songs as they were ''rough guys'' and that sort of bullshit. They are just major label sellout posers.
    Marquezon May 17, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHey, this song isn't too bad. I actually quite like it. Oh and I was sad to see that who ever typed up these lyrics wrote "Kirk Kobain", It's Kurt Cobain.
    Darigaazon March 20, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment(listen up)

    I take this shit everyday
    Nothing you fuckin say
    Over again
    It doesn't stop
    I'm just a rebellion
    One in a million
    I take the control
    I'll play this role
    I take my gun
    Put an end to it all
    This is your fall

    I will show you
    I will show you your mistakes

    It's not that great
    It brings us down
    Motherfucker, are you fuckin blind?
    Your gonna drive it into the ground
    Your gonna knock us all down
    Anti-Punkon January 28, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGud song.
    Not the best album in world but over critized by many.

    Memory that can ease your pain
    Like a melody from *Kurk cobain*

    Nice Line when corrected obviously
    Beniscool1989on September 02, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe idea is good, but I gotta admit the lyrics could be better. I think the lyrics talk about someone talking with a little kid that reminds him of his younger days and he's trying to teach him about life and how to become a better person.
    royalavataron March 27, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthats the meaning royalavatar.. its like fred durst own reflection about his childhood and the way how the kids behave in the actuality
    Slasher Hawkon September 25, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsic of limp bizkit haters
    or fred durst haters
    yea i know loads ppl think hes a prick
    but i dont care
    music is music
    and i fuckin love it
    limp bizkit is da SHIT
    fuckin amazing
    dis song
    one of the best by limp IMO
    dareheavenon May 23, 2009   Link

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