He's a pistol grip
And a lightning rod hammer step
Always busts his knuckles
When he's wrenchin' up his shit

He's killboy powerhead, killboy powerhead
Killboy powerhead, killboy powerhead, yeah

You know I saw his woman
She was writing his name in blood
Yeah, I saw his woman, hard as a rock
She said she was his baby
Lookin' just like the Hoover Dam
Yeah, I saw his woman, hard as a rock

He's killboy powerhead, killboy powerhead
Killboy powerhead, killboy powerhead, yeah

He's a pistol grip
And a lightning rod hammer step
Always busts his knuckles
When he's wrenchin' up his shit

He's killboy powerhead, killboy powerhead
Killboy powerhead, killboy powerhead, yeah
Killboy powerhead, yeah
He's a killboy powerhead, yeah


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    Killboy Powerhead is a cover of a song by "The Didjits"

    BD007hon May 09, 2003   Link
  • +2
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    I always thought Killboy Powerhead sounded like a comic book character for some reason

    fluxwildlyuncuton October 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    a mediocre cover on the otherwise kick ass Smash CD. it's about some tough guy, i think.

    epp88on May 29, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    I think you nailed it :P It might not be the best offspring song, but it's still ok.

    tkrunningon March 05, 2006   Link

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