"Trash" as written by and John Buckner Crawford....
I wanna, I wanna
I wanna, I wanna
I wanna, I wanna
I wanna, I wanna

I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash

And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun

I wanna, I wanna
I wanna, I wanna
I wanna, I wanna
I wanna, I wanna

I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash

And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun

I wanna, I wanna
I wanna, I wanna
I wanna

I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash

And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun
And I have become the trigger for your gun

I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash
I wanna be trash




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"Trash" as written by John Buckner Crawford

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    General CommentLove this song. Wish that The Whip were a little more known.
    cs188on December 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe Whip is like the greatest band I'm listening to right now. :p It would be pretty great if they were more popular, like cs188 says... :{
    lexuron April 28, 2009   Link
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    General CommentTrash is something meaningless to most people, but he recognizes trash as meaningful because it's a separation from the conformity of society, thus, he wants to be trash. The repetition of the beat and the lyrics gives the song it's appearance as trash, not to mention it sounds like something out of the 80's, a decade in music which most people consider to be trash. This declaration the artist gives to the audience over and over is an attempt to rally the audience to want to become trash. Then he designates himself the leader of this non-conformist movement by declaring he has become the trigger for the audience's gun. That he has designated himself the leader of their escape from reality, starting this non-conformist revolution.
    crossbiteon April 30, 2009   Link

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