• Artist: Sixstep
  • Title: Worm
  • Genre: Rock - Alternative Rock, Rock - Experimental/Post-Rock
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Mixed
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/3/2013
  • Lyric themes: Release Needing Freedom, Confusion, Longing, Loneliness, Conformity
  • Lyrics: your momma’s a Barbie your daddy paid foryour friends are all nazis suburban neo-core they say that you’re crazyyou're in love with an old movie starspend weekends sitting in circles and playing beer gamesthere’s nothing left, the victory goes straight to their headsyou find yourself laughingbut inside you cry instead the worm in their mindseats away their common sensethe worm of the world that gave them their wealth it’s become their only defensebut what’s that in the water?there’s something in the waterthey don't have to worrythe worm keeps them safe you drop outta college, what can they teach you?Got a boyfriend who hits you, says he doesn’t mean tohe says that you’re crazybecause you like who you arethis weekend he goes to enlist cause he needs the moneyyou think it's funny he'd rather die than make a life with you the worm in his mindeats away his common sensethe worm of the world that gave him the war it’s become his only defensebut what’s that in the water?something’s in the waterhe don't have to worrythe worm keeps him safeLOOK OUT! his segments will split right through your lobesunless you take itBACK in the third grade everybody always told me some day I would find a special little place where Icould ease my worried mind, but then I learned at a very young age (too young to be told I must say)that they had all lied. grab your daddy’s rifle come and meet me in the street we’ve gotta beat it back I wanna love you but i can’t love you I can’t love no wormI wanna kiss you but I can't kiss you I can't kiss no worm
  • Keywords: Bass, Brass, Guitar
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