Well who are you what do you know
And I guess it only goes to show
Don't think you're ready for the fall
Do you think you really wanta play
Cause we do this every fucking day
And we're gonna lay down the law
You're outdrawn
...Let's go outside, we'll crucify
...But you're not there
You don't wanna cross the line boy
It will you your genocide
Your genocide
Do you think you really wanna throw
Cause you know UL is five and zero
Toe to toe and that shit is for real
You better pray to God up in the sky
Tuck your tail between your legs and hide
Get ready 'cause here comes the drill
And we got skill
You're standing there
Like we're gonna be all scared
Come now
And I don't really wanna brag
But my whole city's got my back
And we're all ready to attack


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Genocide Lyrics as written by Robert Brewer John P. Bell

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    great punk!!

    StupidMeanGirlon June 07, 2002   Link
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    this is a (sic) song and i have to agree with the 'and i don't really wanna brag, but my whole city's got my back.' and i just wanna say that Scott Russo has the best voice

    surfy_chicon June 14, 2002   Link
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    hey surfychick i love that part too!!!damn i would love to cover this song

    periwinklebydayon August 23, 2002   Link
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    what the hell is the "to attack abrahadabra " at the end for? Russo doesn't say "to attack" again and I don't even know where "abrahadabra" came from? Does anyone know if that's what it says in the liner notes that came with the cd? That's my only explanation for it.

    sacrifice_for_life1on March 26, 2005   Link

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