Here's to tomorrow baby
I'm feelin sick
Complain the whole world's angry
You make me sick

With each crime you proceed me
You stuck me with the rest
Everytime you mess with me
I'll put you to the test

Bang bang bang in your head fucker
Bang bang bang you're dead fucker

Here's to tomorrow maybe
I'm getting sick
For everytime you harass me
I'll put on in your head

I gave up on society
And everything you've said
Have it your way

Bang bang bang in your head fucker
Bang bang bang you're dead fucker

And you're dead fucker

Lyrics submitted by thekronic420

Sick Lyrics as written by Jackie Rawe David Raymond Richard James

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, SUMAC MUSIC DIVISION LOVE/ZAGER PRODUCTIONS, INC. , Universal Music Publishing Group

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    sick is a great song off of the felons and revolutionairies cd it is number 4. the bass in this song is amazing... ever know somone who complained way too much and it got on your nerves or made you sick and you just wanted to kill that person to make them shut up and stop complaining well that is basicly what this song is about lol.

    jessica_dopeon June 20, 2004   Link
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    this has nothing to do with what the song is about, but has anyone else noticed that the line 'BANG BANG BANG IN YOUR HEAD FUCKER' is 'bang bang bang on the door baby' from b-52's

    greyfox28on August 27, 2005   Link
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    I like the remix off of American Apathy a little better because of the BANGs in the beginning.

    thoughtlessclownon June 25, 2006   Link

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