"Tinfoil" as written by Chester Charles Bennington, Robert G. Bourdon, Brad Delson, Mike Shinoda, Dave Farrell and Joseph Hahn....
Embryo, grew up missing out on most stuff
But weeds know, just where and when to crop up
Ursula, what's inside your jar of mayo?
Expire, cover it all up with tinfoil

It seems so
Corrode, me so slow
Turmoil in tinfoil
So we don't spoil
Corrode
Corrode
Me so slow
It boils, won't spoil
In tinfoil

Purple
Everything shines like chrome this sumer
Enthrone
She wrote "beautiful ain't so divine"
Ursula, what's inside your jar?
Want to know
She said "Bold, I will win all yours and drop it in!"

It seems so
Corrode, me so slow
Turmoil in tinfoil
So we don't spoil
Corrode
Corrode
Me so slow
Won't spoil
Don't boil
In tinfoil
In tinfoil


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"Tinfoil" as written by Chester Charles Bennington Brad Delson

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    General CommentWow, no real comments on such a great Can-rock hit yet? This song is a massive drug reference, or really several. There are also marijuana references("But weeds know just where and when to crop up"). "Corrode me so slow, it boils in tinfoil"...Tinfoil is used to make or injest several drugs, most commonly meth or heroin. It's "cooked" this way, using the foil, spoons, etc..
    Revidescent_84on January 26, 2012   Link
  • -1
    General CommentSummer of 96

    ;)
    T1MEiSPRECiOUSon January 26, 2007   Link

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