"The Fad" as written by Peter Loeffler and Samuel Loeffler....
Soon the men taste their own,
Normalcy ends that day consumed by all,
Irrational thoughts depend then shape their tastes.

Let’s call it change x2
Once the fad permeates, it’s hip to care, hip to hate it x2
Laugh at the violence x2

True to form,
He’s blind as his taste for cheap panther piss,
He loves to live beyond the card,
So count us in to that Gucci clan…the fat face.

Let’s call it the chase, I’ll call it a phase
Once the fad permeates, it’s hip to care, hip to hate it x2
Laugh at the violence x4

So sell your voodoo,
And recognize this,
Your last and only score,
Got you hung up on your strut.

Once the fad permeates, it’s hip to care, hip to hate it x2
Once the fad (The same) You want it (I bought it) x4
Laugh at the violence x2


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    General Commentumm yeah, these lyrics are wrong...I tried to submit the real ones but I guess they havnt been approved...here they are, straight from the CD insert:

    Soon the men taste their own,
    Normalcy ends that day consumed by all,
    Irrational thoughts depend then shape their tastes.

    Let’s call it change x2
    Once the fad permeates, it’s hip to care, hip to hate it x2
    Laugh at the violence x2

    True to form,
    He’s blind as his taste for cheap panther piss,
    He loves to live beyond the card,
    So count us in to that Gucci clan…the fat face.

    Let’s call it the chase, I’ll call it a phase
    Once the fad permeates, it’s hip to care, hip to hate it x2
    Laugh at the violence x4

    So sell your voodoo,
    And recognize this,
    Your last and only score,
    Got you hung up on your strut.

    Once the fad permeates, it’s hip to care, hip to hate it x2
    Once the fad (The same) You want it (I bought it) x4
    Laugh at the violence x2
    n3j1y1on April 03, 2007   Link

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