Disse dies und disse das
Komm nur her ich sag dir was
Du bist so schon und radikal
Halt dich raus berlass den saal

Hardcore hasse was
Disse dies und disse das
Am ende bist du uberlebt 7
Weil hardcore dann nach hause geht

Alles viel zu oft gehort
Totgeredet und aufgefuhrt
Die uberzengeten nochmals uberzengt
Weil unith su serh erfreut

Hardcore hasse was
Disse dies und disse das
Am ende bist du uberlebt 7
Weil hardcore dann nach hause geht

Disse dies und disse das
Disse dies und disse das
Disse dies und disse das
Disse dies und disse das
Disse dies
Und disse das


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