I fucked your girlfriend last night
While you snored and drooled, I fucked your love
She called me Daddy
And I called her baby when I smacked her ass
I called her sugar when I ate her alive till daylight
And I slept with her all over me
From forehead to rib cage I dripped her ass
Sometimes I thought you might be spying
Living out some brash fantasy, but no
You were knocked out
But we were all knocked out you know
In a way

I'm out of my fucking mind
I serve too many masters

We didn't know you'd break the bottle
That the magic came in to use those jagged shards
To cut our wrists and neck
And you'd do it too, you're that kind of dude
But you wouldn't know what you were doing
Because I didn't
Your girlfriend could have been a burn victim
An amputee, a dead body
But god damn I wanted to fuck

I'm losing what's left of my fucking mind
I serve too many fucking masters
I fucking told you
I'm losing that fucking every fucking bit
Of my motherfucking mind, you fuck!

I told you, I told you motherfucker

Lyrics submitted by screwi, edited by Etackett, Huntergray202

Good Friends and a Bottle of Pills Lyrics as written by Rex Brown Philip Anselmo

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  • +2
    General Comment

    someone told me this song is about phil fuckin his friends girlfriend while he was fucked on heroin.

    WitnessTheEndon May 09, 2002   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    the first thing i thought of when i heard this song fucking a chick on heroin, its so low and the chorus of screams gives you the feeling that phil didnt really no what the fuck was going on at the time cuz he was to high

    clown137on November 08, 2004   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    FUCK YOU and your college dream, Deep down STRONGER THAN ALL!!!!

    fallschirmjägeron April 04, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    This song puts a big smile on my face.

    I doubt he screwed his buddies g/f on herion. Herion does make you want to fuck. Plus I dont think he got in his car crash yet.

    Icepick666on September 28, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    honestly dont like down at all, id rather listen to vinnie and dime play but i couldn't listen to a pantera record without phil on vocals it just wouldn't be pantera it would suck... now as for the animosity towards either, fuck it that shits so stupid... i know for a fact if that crazy shit head wouldn't of shot dime, they would of became friends again and released a new pantera CD.

    oldskoolpunker23on April 06, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    you know that part where he screams 'I'm serving TOO MANY masters'?? it's just pure awsome

    pablogeneron March 12, 2013   Link
  • +1
    My Opinion

    it's all about my neighbors party every friday night!! the sucker organizes such a mess Im talkin of Villa Alemana, Chile, place forgotten by police

    fromchileon March 26, 2014   Link
  • +1
    My Opinion

    seriously, I think this is a song that, somehow is a joke , a way to transform into a song one night of alcohol, sex n ' drugs. Now, I don't think Phil've really fucked his friends gurls, but he is warning them !!

    fromchileon March 26, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    It seems to state the obvious, but I wonder if it's entirely serious. Maybe it was just a song written to see the public's reactions... then again maybe Phil really did sleep with her from forehead to rib-cage. Meh.

    justinga3on August 15, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    Really cool song... Kinda odd but good.

    JtKon June 13, 2005   Link

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