"Re-Entry" as written by William Frederick Durst, John Everett Otto and Samuel Robert Rivers....
Step right up
Step right up, everyone
Whether your good or bad
Happy or sad

Whether your an emotional wreck
Or a glisful speck in this
Black hole of an existence
We call life

Step right up and witness something
You'll be soon to never forget
Feast your ears on the most ferociously
Soothing ways of sonic communication
To ever be created

Built for you by the master
Built for you by the ma hey shut up already, what is it!
What is it? uh, yeah dog, what is it
What is it? dude chill man
It is limp bizkit

All around the world you know me
All around the world we know you

All around the world you know me
All around the world we know you!


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"Re-Entry" as written by Samuel Robert Rivers John Everett Otto

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    General CommentI hate the first minute of this song.....all the talking ya know...but after that, I actually think it kicks ass.
    niradoon September 28, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is actually called rear-entry, it is about how fred durst likes to take it in the ass.
    halffaston October 07, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLMFAO, i do like limp but that was a damn good diss
    DuTcHoVeNon October 12, 2004   Link

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