She’s like a lost flower,
Growing out through a crack
In the bustling sidewalk,
Moving like a river so sad.
So hey, where we going?
Tell me where we've gone.
Was there love and fury,
Energy and passion?

So fuck your rules man,
You step up, you'll go down fast.
I've got to release all the
Shit that has made up my past.

So go paint your face and
Proclaim thy warrior soul,
'Cause life is a brutal
Fight until we show
A shade of timelessness,
For we are all distinct,
And a waiting hour,
Transcendental release.

So fuck your rules man,
You step up, you'll go down fast.
I've got to release all the
Shit that has made up my past.

So go let your soul dance baby,
Time to free yourself at last.
Unshackle your life's spirit,
Pry away from the past
'cause, 'cause it's gone.

Like a lost flower,
Growing with mad wind,
Like a sad river,
Who has no end...

So fuck your rules man
'Cause here comes my passion.
So fuck your rules man
'Cause here comes my love.
So fuck your rules man,
Here comes pure energy.
So fuck your rules man
'Cause here comes my fury!

So fuck your rules man!
So fuck your rules man!
So fuck your rules man!
So fuck your rules man!

So fuck your rules man,
You step up, you'll go down fast.
I've got to release all the
Shit that has made up my past.

So go let your soul dance baby,
Time to free yourself at last.
Unshackle your life's spirit,
Pry away from the past.


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    also, just to let you know, this is just my opinion. i don't think BHC sold out, it was just a statement, oh, and don't go flaming me about not liking the WWF, it's just my opinion. i look at some of the other forum posts, and it ends up in an all out argument about who's right and who's wrong. state your opinion, please, just don't go down on mine. thanks.

    antiaverageon June 04, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    FYI WWF Diva's Lita Theme Music

    Robert Metalon April 26, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I LOVE THIS BAND!

    UncertaintyBHCon May 08, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    the Edge:Yes, I love you. Wife:Are you talking to me or Lita? the Edge:I'm talking to you my flying little diva.

    the Edgeon May 08, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    is it just me or does it sound like ass smaking in this song?

    retarded-slothon May 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    my fave song off WWF Forceable Entry

    girlchoosesboyon May 24, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    funny name for a song.......neways...its awesome

    iNcleton June 06, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Man, you guys are such tight asses. I don't give a fuck if you like wrestling... does anyone here actually give a shit? Stick to the damn song.

    It was made for wrestling chick... how much explanation do you need?

    eeyore1883on August 29, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    its about Lita...the superhot redhead of the wwe. If you listen closely, you canactually hear lita's old music(it just feels right) in the music of lovefury etc etc. Personally, I think the song should be called so fuck your rules man.

    backstreetgirl812on October 12, 2004   Link
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    if you think bhc sold out because of this then you are not a real fan so shut the fuck up then.

    toolapcon November 07, 2004   Link

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