"Ladybug (EP Version)" as written by Benjamin Burnley and Jeremy Hummel....
What did you say to me
I'm not a novelty
You're playing revelry
But no one's listening
I am a simple man
Without a simple plan
Let's make it easy
And just get out while we can

And I'm the one you want

Hey Ladybug
You were always on the mind of everyone
Ladybug
You're pathetic and I've said it more than once
Ladybug
I believe you couldn't reach me where I am
Where my feet won't hit the ground

The time is passing by
You're my insecticide
The pressure's on the rise
And I'm right on time
Beautiful enemy
I'll fix your broken wings
And let you lie here 'til
You fly away from me

And I'm the one you want

Hey Ladybug
You were always on the mind of everyone
Ladybug
You're pathetic and I've said it more than once
Ladybug
I believe you couldn't reach me where I am
Where my feet won't hit the ground

What did you say to me
I'm only here to clip your wings
You cut me down to size
I'm only living my life

Ladybug
You were always on the mind of everyone
Ladybug
You're pathetic and I've said it more than once
Ladybug
I believe you couldn't reach me where I am
Where my feet won't hit the ground
Where my feet won't hit the ground
Where my feet won't hit the ground
Where my feet won't hit the ground


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"Lady Bug" as written by Jeremy Hummel Benjamin Burnley

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    My OpinionThough I shall most likely be shot, tortured and thrown into a trash bin by truly hardcore BB fans, I have no choice but to quote a portion of a review of the EP on which this song can be found, as I feel that the person who wrote it truly expresses my opinion on this song better than anyone can. This review is from SputnikMusic:

    Ladybug is the closest thing that Breaking Benjamin has ever done to a punk song. It’s fast-paced, energetic, even contains a punk-style of guitar playing.
    Despite that, it’s one of the worst things I’ve ever heard Breaking Benjamin do. Ben sounds like he just paid a visit to the dentist, got more than enough
    novacaine, then went home and decided to record how he sounded, with a voice so overbearingly…overbearing, that it literally makes you feel like your musical
    IQ is dropping 10 points per every 10 seconds of his singing. The song is essentially (Insert random pop punk band), and (insert random older punk band),
    and (Insert random early bad grunge band) having a crazy threesome, giving birth to a hideous baby, which then proceeds to fall into a vat of chemicals,
    mutate gruesomely, come out, and terrorize a local town in Indiana with its terrible singing (someone get SciFi channel on the phone, I have an idea for
    their newest SciFi Channel Original Movie)"

    I tried to like this. I really did. Though I am more of a death metal kind of person, and mainstream metal is not really my thing, I do like BB in particular, and I also pride myself on at least giving every band I listen to a chance, rather than 90% of the assholes who listen to death metal, who classify music into two genres of music, (metal, and mainstream crap that isn't metal). And Breaking Benjamin have, in my opinion, mostly produced some great music. However, this song falls into the category of songs I really want to like, but just can't. Sorry to fans of this song. Please don't hurt me again. Please. It really isn't necessary. Besides this song, I love all of their songs, and have an altar erected in honour of Breaking Benjamin on which I regularly sacrifice goats. To the animal protection agencies out there: I was just joking. To the BB fans: Not that Breaking Benjamin is not worthy of goat sacrifice, you understand...
    SMUSER17343194on August 16, 2010   Link

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