"The Hammer [Outtake]" as written by Peter Duncan Liddle and Matthew Taylor....
Let the killers go, don't let your mother know
Don't go out tonight, don't even try to fight
'Cause I can see, I've got the thing you need
And I'm here to stay, it's gonna be that way

Oh, don't try to run, don't try to scream
Believe me, the hammer's gonna smash your dream

I'm in your life, just might be in your wife
Could be behind your back, I might be on your track
And it might be true, I might be onto you
I'll scare you half to death, I'll take away your breath

Oh, don't try to see, don't you try to hide
Believe me, the hammer's gonna make you die

Ain't that right?

There ain't no way, you'll see another day
I'm shooting out your lights, bring you eternal night
And your eternal tricks, begin to make me sick
The only thing I know, is that you've gotta go

Oh, don't you try it, babe, don't look around
Believe me, the hammer's gonna bring you down

Believe me, the hammer's coming down


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"The Hammer" as written by Cole Taylor Jon Thomas Langston

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