over the hills the doomsday robot army marches on becoming from the sea they're metal and they're strong hark the people in the village flee for the hills terror consumes and down their backs run the chills pay the bills the robots got skills

the time has come doomsday has begun wake up your children from their beds run and hide or they'll melt your heads

i take refuge in some foliage where i'm safe from their lasers i shield my eyes and estimate their growing numbers a million nay a billion nay at least a billion million of them coming for me you your mouse dog and that man me the heat seeking missiles will explode your head

do not lose hope one day we'll find the crank and we'll have a hero his name will be skankin' hank.

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    General Commenti love a billion ernies. i didn't realise how religious their songs were which put me off a bit but they're so fun to listen to. fave line:
    'we'll have a hero his name will be skankin' hank.
    queen_of_spriteon December 22, 2004   Link
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    General Commentif you think this is religious, then listen to choose. yeah I don't like the religious aspects also... but I still think the singer has a great scream
    WouldItBeYouon December 27, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI like how in alot of their songs alot of lyrics are different in the song than written down.
    Whosonon January 18, 2005   Link
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    General Commentim kinda appauled how you all could say your put off by the religious part of the lyrics... Who cares if there religious... ABE sounds amazing... this band is sweet, and there different (in a good way).
    masbethon May 22, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI love these guys, not just because they sound good but they are my best friends.( I live in the same town as them and grew up with some of them.)

    I also went to driving school with Skankin' Hank.

    Story behind this song is---At one of their concerts that they held in the youth room in my church, no one was dancing. Hank was the only guy skankin' and so they called him "skankin Hank" then made this completely random song for him.
    spacepenguin87on December 08, 2005   Link

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