"Moral Threat" as written by and Michael James Ness Dennis Eric Danell....
You beat us up when we're alone
Come back later and then you're gone
Now you're tucked away in your bed
And I've got stitches in my head

'Cause you didn't like my looks
'Cause I'm not in the fashion books
Admit it, you had some fun,
Just remember, I'm not the only one

You made a show for all your friends
But they're not gonna stick around to the end
Then you're gonna think, "Was it really worth it?"
Then your head is rolling in all that shit


The justice system is slow it's true
So we'll have to take care of you
You're only safety is suicide
Face it buddy it's the end of the ride


Moral Threat

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"Moral Threat" as written by Michael James Ness Dennis Eric Danell

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    General Commentgreat song
    hjuulianon July 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentAbout the SoCal gang wars... they jumped us, we're gonna jump them.

    "Tell 'em, there's junkies, winos, pimps, and whores in Los Angeles..."
    Tig45on May 25, 2013   Link

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