MY BALLS YOUR CHIN!

Well it's a bad scene
I guess I never understand
Cause I'm just a man
Doing the best I can
I separate the truth from your bullshit
Don't try and give me them lines
I ain't hearing it


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My Balls Lyrics as written by John L. Fahnestock James Lynn Strait

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    what the hell, where are the rest? good work man!

    BKirbs34on May 22, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    KICK ASS SONG

    Skafeon June 22, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    God dammit, what's the point of posting that shitty excerpt from the song? I think everyone pretty much knows what Lynn was saying on that part. It's the rest we don't.

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    Soulflyon July 01, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    First of all love you Lynn Strait, RIP. Second of all he's 9the speaker) sick of his chick pms bs, and being a chick myself I think I can agree we alot of times try and mind fuck our men. So pretty much he is saying your more trouble than your worth, and your only use is to suck it. And that she keeps em away from his goals (some female fool is trying to hold us back (da du be bu bo bo)).

    6TabY9on August 30, 2002   Link
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    this song kicks ass

    Sharpie22785on April 11, 2004   Link
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    General Comment

    Actually...Lynn is talking to a dude...someone who stabbed him in the back or talks shit behind his back.

    Reaveon August 15, 2005   Link
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    My Interpretation

    It's kind of like a shit talking song, like a lot of rap songs, he's saying him and his band are/were better than all the shitty poseur bands on the scene (he's right) and he's telling them all to basically suck it!

    no1careshuiamon February 09, 2018   Link

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