"Felony" as written by Frank Palmeri, Jesse Ketive, Mark Davis, Michael Kaabe and Mikael Mulholland....
This might be your 2 years ago
But this pain is mine forever
Living well just wasn't good enough, I wanted my revenge

Blue Moon bottle
Right across your head
I broke your face
And all you did was snitch
You little bitch

I thought you were hard son
I thought that you were Mr. "I don't give a fuck"
Turns out you're the soft one

You've got 12 months so I suggest you get a gun
You should have just accepted that you got your ass kicked
Now you and all your friends are on my shit list

You're gonna die

And I'll be there in court to tell your mother why
She found her son with a knife in his chest
She found her son with a bullet in his head

My bad, I didn't mean to ruin your reputation
I swear the next time you see me
Well let's just say
You won't be so lucky

Say goodbye to all you cared about
See my face and know your death is now

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"Felony" as written by Jesse Ketive Frank Palmeri

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    General Commentcreepy but sick

    lyrics are laid out like a book so if you can't interpret this for yourself then you're dumb
    hxcraigon August 25, 2009   Link
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    General Comment:D
    juliecantswimon September 23, 2009   Link
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    General Commentmakes me think of the Kennedy's

    "I thought you were hard son
    I thought that you were Mr. "I don't give a fuck"
    Turns out you're the soft one"

    wow, delusional excuses about humanity
    check your pulse, Can you still feel one?
    then you're not hard
    Matt Holckon September 23, 2009   Link
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    Translation12 months in jail because him and the other guy got in a fight, the other guy pressed charges and now He's going to die when the 12 months is over sweet sweet revenge.
    SeedOfTheBrokenon June 08, 2011   Link

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