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To live my own way

12 February 2009 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in art, mind control | 4 Comments »

Metallica, “Escape”, from Ride the Lightning, 1984

Feel no pain, but my life ain’t easy
I know I’m my best friend
No one cares, but I’m so much stronger
I’ll fight until the end
To escape from the true/false world
Undamaged destiny
Can’t get caught in the endless circle
Ring of stupidity

Out for my own, out to be free
One with my mind, they just can’t see
No need to hear things that they say
Life’s for my own to live my own way

Rape my mind and destroy my feelings
Don’t tell me what to do
I don’t care now, ’cause I’m on my side
And I can see through you
Feed my brain with your so-called standards
Who says that I ain’t right?
Break away from your common fashion
See through your blurry sight

Out for my own, out to be free
One with my mind, they just can’t see
No need to hear things that they say
Life’s for my own to live my own way

See them try to bring the hammer down
No damn chains can hold me to the ground

Life’s for my own to live my own way

  1. 4 Responses to “To live my own way”

  2. By Seth on 13 February 2009

    What the fark happened to Metallica along the way that them made them begin to suck so hard in their later years, seriously?

  3. By Mike Gogulski on 13 February 2009

    Rehab?

  4. By Aaron Kinney on 13 February 2009

    Bargains,
    Imprisoning me!
    All that I see,
    Absolute Savings!

    What a great deal,
    What a great find!
    Look at those jeans,
    Damn I look sexy as helllllllll!

    http://earsucker.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/james_hetfield_bargains.jpg

  5. By Mike Gogulski on 13 February 2009

    Hahaha! The parody lyrics are great to begin with, but the photo… where’s my roflcopter ascii?? :D


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