"Killing The Beast" as written by Mark Hunter, Robert Arnold, Jim Lamarca, Chris Spicuzza, Matt Devries and Andy Herrick....
You're a man who lives in solitude
Never knowing what life could bring you
You have to raise your fists just to break through
All the voices inside your head that make you

You're a man who's filled with attitude
Don't you know that everyone hates you
It would be so simple for me to kill you
Mark my words my man I will stop you

Killing the beast killing the beast kill

You'll always see me
You'll always need me
You'll never last one minute without me

You can't take away all the lies that you told me
But I can take away all the feelings that I had for you

You'll always see me
You'll always need me
You'll never last one minute without me
I'm killing the beast
Killing the beast
Tear his heart out


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"Killing the Beast" as written by Chris Spicuzza Andy Herrick

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    General CommentI think that he wrote this song when he was angry on a surtain person, and in the best part of the song he changes the subject- he wrote :
    "You can't take away all the lies that you told me
    But I can take away all the feelings that I had for you"
    It `s like he is writting about a girl but the whole song is about inner self and problems inside us.
    wargasam11on March 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwargasam11 I think your on to something there. I thought by the first four lines someone that needed to stop with their attitude, then the rest for wargasam.
    Jphthe1 explicton March 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAnd is it just me or is this song Psychotic as a jackal laughing at you?
    Jphthe1 explicton March 26, 2008   Link

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