Hammer down
The sickness
Wipe it out
Of existence

Cut down corruption
Cut down infection
Scrape down
Wipe out

Concrete
Concrete
Concrete

Hammer down
The sickness
Wipe it out
Of existence

Scrape down
Wipe out
Cut down


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Concreto Lyrics as written by Dino A.m. Cazares Burton C. Bell

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    I love this song.... the vocals crack me up though, because they remind me of that WWF wrestler Kane, when he used to talk with a voice box. in fact it sounds like something he'd say, he acted like a robot.

    kijimaon August 22, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    This is actually a remake of the song "Concrete" from a demo compilation of the same name, so this was made before Kane was even in the buisness, anyways, I think Burton might spekaing from the viewpoint of a Terminator.

    Blastdudeon November 09, 2006   Link

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