"P&V" as written by Frank Joseph Bello, Charlie L. Benante, John Robert Bush and Scott Ian Rosenfeld....
It was a day to remember, twice as hard
As long
That was the day that I convinced myself
That I found my god

I tip my cap and I step up
I fix myself to the right
I move right into the firing zone
And I scream drink or fight
It's just a matter of respect
Or is that something I missed
This ain't no peace train that you are
Jumping on
So shake my hand and shake it strong
And everybody come along

Long, strong (am I)

Sometimes I can't stop the shaking
At least I know I'm not dead
I don't remember whose blood this is
I've got a hammer inside my head

I get put up, I get put down
And I don't even try
I've burned a bridge, I've burned a
Whole town
Cause I'm fortified
I tell the truth or just gilded lie
And then I charge like a bull with his
Balls tied

A heavy dose of reality
With a side of piss & vinegar
A free drink at the bar and you'll take it

A swift kick in the ass and you'll take it


Lyrics submitted by maccas666

"P & V" as written by Frank Joseph Bello Charlie L. Benante

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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