"Gung-Ho" as written by Joseph A. Bellardini, Frank Joseph Bello, Charlie L. Benante, Scott Ian Rosenfeld, Daniel Alan Spitz, Daniel Lilker and Neil Scott Turbin....
Striking down the enemy
Fighting hand to hand
Troops are thrusting onwards
Time to take command
Ready to devour
On the attack
Bodies lie dismembered
Maimed, killed, and hacked

Draw fast, cut first
Live hard, die hard
Feel the point of the blade
Lunging like an animal, killing all in sight
Going for the throat, living for the light
In a bath of bloodshed, mixing with the sweat
Crawling through the barbwire, put it to the test

Fight, fight, fight
Fight, fight, fighting the war
Fight, fight, fight
Fight, fight, fight

Gung-ho, gung-ho, gung-ho
Gung-ho, gung-ho, gung-ho

Raging on the warpath, storming through the town
Blowing it to pieces, killing all around
Stand in our way, if you've got the balls
In a hail of bullets, your nailed to the wall

We wait out the day, we burn in the sun
We move in by night, and kill everyone
Show no emotions, have no regrets
Made to take pain, no fear of death

Draw fast, cut first
Live hard, die hard
Feel the point of the blade

Lyrics submitted by spliphstar

"Gung-Ho" as written by Daniel Lilker Charlie L. Benante

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Comment:O no ones commented it! This song pawnzors! You can tell anthrax is kinda discovering their sound with this song..
    IRoxYerSoxon June 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentExcellent song, but it is proof that Anthrax never really took themselves seriously. The march bit towards the end just makes me laugh!
    minihatson March 23, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song was written by anthrax's first singer neil turbin
    evilDEAD!on August 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commentworst songs from great spreding the disease
    marmistrzon October 07, 2010   Link

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