"Xero Tolerance" as written by and Peter Thomas Steele....
Hatred
Obsessing me
Hatred
Possessing me

Anger
Burning me
Anger
Turning me

Into someone I don't know

Rage
That's shaking me
Rage
That's making me

Into someone I don't know

I got a pickax in the trunk of my car
I'll put it on the grinder to get it real sharp
There's an ugly green monster in my head
Won't leave me alone
Until you're dead

I called your house but you couldn't be reached
So I took the D train to Brighton Beach
You're doing the thing with a brand new man
Checking out the stars
Screwing on the sand

Kill you
Kill you
Punishment
Kill you

Took some steriods and adrenaline
Finlandia vodka and hallucinagens
Mixed it with blood and orange juice
Liquid protein and ice cubes

Staring down at your sweaty embraces
Put my tool right through your faces
Well buddyboy I hope you enjoyed her
'Cause I'm an equal opportunity destroyer

Kill you
Kill you
Punishment
Kill you

I'll kill you tonight


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"Xero Tolerance" as written by Peter Thomas Steele

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    General Commentwell, i guess peters had enough crying and agony and is finally taking all his anger out (in which 'she' gave him) and he kills her boyfriend (in which shes cheating on peter) and calls it punishment i guess...
    xscorpio303xon April 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhy the Xero?

    Love the song though. Especially the lines
    Staring down at your sweaty embraces
    Put my tool right through your faces
    PWND!
    the_white_stripeon November 29, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthaha yeah its a cool song. The lyrics make me lol.
    goneshootin22on September 18, 2008   Link
  • 0
    Lyric CorrectionThe lyrics are missing the line "I'll kill you tonight!"
    Nocturnaeon September 26, 2011   Link

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