Mothra versus the world
Let's play! [x2]

I know she loved me as we danced away
I felt that was pure blood dripping away
I thought he would have lived as he passed away

Mothra

I know he loved you as he turned away

Mothra versus the world.
Let's play [x2]

Versus the world



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    Bestest. Atomship. Song. EVER.

    zetsword2001on October 07, 2004   Link
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    Mothra? Mothra is a monster from the Godzilla movies. Anyone have any idea why this song has Mothra in it?

    Etericon February 11, 2005   Link
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    No idea, but it really is ONE of their best songs (at least on this CD). I can't stop listening to it, after 7 or 8 months of having the CD... I can't stop!

    zetsword2001on April 29, 2005   Link
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    yeah i can't stop listening to it either. i love this song. is The Crash Of '47 the only cd they have out?

    amazingxOxOjeSS19o2on March 28, 2006   Link

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