People think they know me,
Say I'm wound a little tight,
Tell me I go looking for trouble,
That I'm always ready for a fight;
But, I'm just an easy-going guy,
Not crossing any line,
I'm a caring individual,
Most all the time,
Most all the time...
Quite alot of the time,
Its just that,
Its just that!
ITS JUST THAT!!
OH HELL YEAH!

Sometimes I drink a little beer!
Sometimes I make a little mess!
Sometimes I get a little angry!
Sometimes I kick a little ass!

Whoah...!
You know..?
Sometimes...
I kick a LOT of ass,
Oh-hell yeah!

Some people seem unhappy,
With certain things I say,
They seem to think I’m impolite,
That I’m cultured in some way.
But I’m just an easy-going guy,
And I appreciate their advice,
I believe in self-improvement,
And always being nice,
Well...
Sometimes being nice,
Occasionally;
Its just that,
Oh-hell yeah!

Sometimes I drink a little beer!
Sometimes I make a little mess!
Sometimes I get a little angry!
Sometimes I kick a little ass!

Whoa!
You know?
Sometimes I kick a lot of ass,
Whoa!
You know..?
Oh Hell Yeah!
Oh Hell Yeah!
Oh Hell Yeah!
Oh Hell Yeah!
Oh Hell Yeah!

Oh yeah!
Sometimes I drink a little beer!
Sometimes I make a little mess!
Sometimes I get a little angry!
Sometimes I kick a little ass!
Whoa!
You know!

Sometimes I kick a lot of ass,
Whoaaa!
You know!
Oh Hell Yeah

Sometimes I drink a little beer!
Sometimes I make a little mess!
Sometimes I get a little angry!
Sometimes I kick a little ass!

Whoaaa!
You know!
Sometimes I kick a lot of ass,
Whoa!
You know!
Oh yeah!?
Oh yeah!
Sometimes I kick a lot of ass!


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    The H-Blockx are a German punk band. They are not very well known in America. This song was the theme song to wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. Although it was never used as his entrance music, it was on the CD "WWF: The Music vol. 4" and listed as his theme song.

    king nothing2on April 15, 2004   Link
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    some of the lyrics are wrong, so here's the right lyrics.. i will put them all in caps

    WELL...! You know..? Sometimes... I kick a LOT of ass, Oh-hell yeah!

    Some people seem unhappy, With certain things I say, They seem to think I’m impolite, That I’m TORTURED in some way. But I’m just an easy-going guy, And I appreciate their advice, I believe in self-improvement, And always being nice, Well... Sometimes being nice, Occasionally; Its just that, Oh-hell yeah!

    Odiumon March 14, 2008   Link

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