(Violent J)(spoken)
Hey, hey.
Uh...I still have a problem
If it's ok with...them
You know
There, them
The Dark Carnival in general
It's the whole stabbin thing again, it's..
You see I...uh

(rap/sing)
I stab people like everyday folks
skinny people any people I chop off their throats
My stabbin's are ninja like very quickly, hey
by the time you feel it I'm like 3 blocks away
I stabbed the newspaper guy and took his little truck
now I stab people and drive away I'm like puttputtputtputt
I do a show and stab people at the same time, what of that
I stab bear cages security guards in the back of the neck
I love waffle house, I stab people there
their so shitty and dumpy they don't even care
I love stabbin' people, def leopard remember them
well I cut their fuckin drummers arm off, you can ask him
Leo Owen the president of Island
I'm at a business meeting with him looking at him, smiling
I jumped up and stabbed him, but he kicked my ass
17th floor they through me out through the glass

Help Me(Fuck you)
Fuckin help me(Fuck you)
I need you to help me(Fuck you)
Somebody come and help me(Fuck you)

Jehovah's Witnesses I swear man I love 'em
they're standing on the porch knockin, I'm waiting above 'em
puncture wound victims right to my door
come back mothafucka, ill stab you some more
One time I was a wrestler, I wrestled the best
I got kicked out though, I had a knife in my spandex
I stabbed Tony Schiavone the commentator guy
before the match I went to shake his hand but I stabbed him in the eye
I stabbed Norman Smiley in the middle of a match
he was like "What are you doing?" I said fuckin relax
I stabbed him again and again, I jumped out and ran
everybody chased me, catch me if you can
I tried to stab my own brother, bad news for my health
he twisted my arm back, I ended up stabbing myself
I stab cabby drivers right through the thick glass
ginsu built to last, can you help me

Slice em up, Slice em down
side to side and all around
They don't help, they don't care
ginsu swingin everywhere
Slice em up, Slice em down
side to side and all around
They don't help, the don't care
ginsu swingin everywhere

I saved up my money and went and saw the Lilith Fair
started stabbing lesbians, there was millions of them there(lesbos)
I took off my thong and I jumped in the pit
but there wasn't any pit, it was only me and that was it
but so what, I was throwin myself all over the floor
Sarah McLachlan was on stage, I said you fuckin whore
One time I met Slipknot, I stabbed their ass
stabbed them all in the face, that's why they wear masks
my little newspaper truck runs on a tank of blood
I drive with my lights off all through the neighborhood
but its so hard to sneak because of the muffler
I hate that fucker
I did a song with 3-6 mafia, them guys are the shit
we went to the studio and I started rockin it
After the session they all left up out of there
but I stayed behind and stabbed the engineer

Can you help me(Fuck you)
You gotta help me(Fuck you)
I need you to help me(Fuck you)
Mutha-fuckin help me(Fuck you)

Naw man, fuck you(Fuckyou)
fuck all of you(Fuck you)
you better fuckin help me(Fuck you)
help me, help me

Slice em up, Slice em down
side to side and all around
They don't help, the don't care
ginsu swingin everywhere
Slice em up, Slice em down
side to side and all around
They don't help, they don't care
ginsu swingin everywhere


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    and its funny as hell

    Batgirlon June 09, 2002   Link
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    actually it dosnt down slipknot... ICP are in fact fans of slipknot and slip just cant take a lil joke... it was nothing personal ICP thinks slip is cool and alot of icp fans are slip fans.... fuck they say they stab people that they are known to like... when i first listened to this song i dint consider it an insult to slip at all...

    NOFXJuggaloGirgoon June 12, 2002   Link
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    you're right NOFX they're not downing slipknot, they're just havin a little fun, in the first "i stab people" j talks about stabbing twiztid,myzery,jumpsteady, and alex abbiss. Later ninjas. MCL

    sviolentj77on June 22, 2002   Link
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    Basically, this song is just Violent J acting deranged and funny. Most of the people that got stabbed in this song are sort of random. I'm glad ICP did this song. "I Stab People" was way too short.

    PsychoACon June 30, 2002   Link
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    haha further proof that you can't take these guys seriously... juggalos the real ones are fuckin idiots

    stick to your gunson June 02, 2006   Link
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    "One time I met Slipknot, I stabbed their ass Stabbed'em all in the face, that's why they wear masks."

    What the hell is wrong with you this makes no sense, if you think making up shit about themselves makes the feel better, well fuck you. All icp does is make up stuff to make their gay cult seem powerful. Well if you want to know something about them, they are making up crap to steal money from you. If they want to bitch about their lives so bad them they need to talk about how they hate all women and smoke crack and meth. Get a life queers. They did not stab slipknot or anything like that, they're mad that slipknot is better than them. Go to hell you goddam hypicrites!

    WalkWithMeInHellon June 17, 2008   Link

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