Hey ho, hey ho, hey ho, hey ho, hey ho

Well I'm a crazy upsetter (driving me insane)
Yea I'm a street wise professor (who am I to blame?)
Now if you listen to the record (do you feel the same?)
Well it don't get any better (going backwards again)

Whoa swing your fists, whack stitches in the face
Fuck ups on me I feel sorry I work here
Never been like them with this society
Life protects me feeling the finality

Now my guns are blazin'
Bloodclot I can see three sixty
Now my guns are blazin'
Pick it back up and start it all over again

Hey ho, hey ho

Well I'm a bad motherfucker (driving me insane)
So don't you even bother (who am I to blame?)
Cause when I listen to the record (do you feel the same?)
And it don't get any better (going backwards again)

I read your words, I read your banner of hope
Well I kick my way in it seems to piss you all off
Well I try to shut the gates the walls are fading
I climb from the depths of hell I'm escaping/unscathed

Now my guns are blazin'
Bloodclot I can see three sixty
Now my guns are blazin'
Pick it back up and start it all over again

Hey ho, hey go

Now my guns are blazin'
Bloodclot I can see three sixty
Now my guns are blazing
Pick it back up and start it all over again

Bloodclot
Oh yeah
Well I can see three sixty
I can see all around me
Ah yeah
Nah na na nah nah
Hey ho, hey ho, hey ho
Nah na na nah nah
Well I can see three sixty
Hey ho, hey ho!


Lyrics submitted by Kpizzle

Bloodclot Lyrics as written by Lars Frederiksen Timothy (usa) Armstrong

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing

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    i think the songs about thier own music and thier attitudes toward alot of stuff. but im not that smart anyway its an awesome song

    noschoolspirit7on September 03, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    This song means a lot i totally think that people need to hear that self confidence thing like i am worth something and who the fuck are you. Well rancid has kicked ass for a long time but if they go reggae i am sorry only thereold stuff will be respected.

    MikeDon September 09, 2002   Link
  • +1
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    I like the hook in this song

    XPaintDiverXon December 18, 2004   Link
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    "Well I'm a bad mother fucker" is the best part in the whole song. Sometimes you jsut need to hear the word fuck and rancid delivers it. I could listen to that part alone over and over again. I don't know what it is, I just love it!

    saves_the_day_girlon May 03, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    lol yeah, same here. great song

    Bwoodingon July 26, 2002   Link
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    Yeah, I love Rancid stuff. I wish they would do a new album, without NoFX. I like NoFX, but I love Rancid. This is a kick ass song, they all are!

    shortgirl_05on August 22, 2002   Link
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    This is one of their best songs, definitly!!!

    big_burton September 10, 2002   Link
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    i red the lyric of this song on rancid online, and i saw the text was different on that site. the third part of this song was like this:

    Swing your fist, white stitches in the face Fuck-ups like me i'm just sorry I wear grace Never been like them with this society Pride protects me, feeling the banality

    it sounds better to me...

    big_burton September 10, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    I love this song, I personally thought that it;s the best on the "life won't wait" album. idk, I just love rancid!!

    CoReYc411on September 29, 2002   Link
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    i havn't heard many other songs off that album but bloodclot is amazing. i love the middle-ish part of the song, the slow part

    Jon_on April 01, 2003   Link

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