Rip them down
Hold them up
Tell them that
I'm your gun
Pull my trigger
I am bigger than

Rip them down
Hold them up
Tell them that
I'm your gun
Pull my trigger
I'm bigger than

Mr. Prez in his big white house
Listen he sez we're coming out
Infiltration, we're numbing your minds
Concentration, we've done time

Rip them down
Hold them up
Tell them that
I'm your gun
Pull my trigger
I am bigger than

Rip them down
Hold them up
Tell them that
I'm your gun
Pull my trigger
I'm bigger and never step down


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    yep. this is a germs song. the best song in the world, by the best band in that ever was. if you like this cover by nofx you will love the germs. go to your local record store and pick up the germs' album M.I.A, right now. :)

    speraticalon May 12, 2003   Link
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    Shame they leave out half the song... the lyrics are some of the best punk has ever churned out.

    punkpirateon January 18, 2006   Link

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