When I was less than 10
My mother bought me my second tape
I wore the speakers out
With songs about laziness and rape
But now it seems so stale
The route the kids pursue
Cause every hack with an axe wants to burnout just like you

Thank God, I'm not a clone of you
Cobain, Cobain, Cobain, Cobain

When I was 21
I thought that I would O.D. just to be
Another inner chain
Of self-abusing loners just like me
But now I'd rather wring the nectar from my skin
I have no use for swimming laps in a sea of dorsal fins

You're beautiful but you are gone
I'm gonna sing without a last note
The violence the immigrants the sentiments
We want it back now
The radio keeps you alive
It's got your ghost within a cycle
But I don't want to be a part of the disease
Or in denial


Lyrics submitted by lovemetal23

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