The darker side of life, its an ugly sight
Behind closed doors, is where corruption hides yeah, yeah
The tops of toilets, the white, the parking garage nights
The verbal deals of payment just to get what they got
These people don't care who you are, theyll get it all some how
And when your least expecting, theyre gonna take you out

Hit um with the rhythm, make um feel alright now
Nothing but the bass kicking in your chest now
All I'm asking show us some love, come on now give us some

Your head is spinning, from the blow, which one you don't know
Your broken bones don't make it easy for you to go
But now your waking up in cuffs and they want the truth
You tell them what they want, and you make the news, yeah, yeah
These people know just who you are, theyll be back to collect
They wont stop till your hanging with your tongue out your neck

Hit um with the rhythm, make um feel all right now
Nothing but the bass thumping in your chest now
All I'm asking show us some love, come on now give us some
Killing to the rhythm, yeah we found your hide out
Relocation services are a let down
All I'm asking show us some love, come on now give us some

Track down the fiend that made it all go down
Check out the scenes and all of their playgrounds
Payoff the peeps that keep their lips shut now
Hide in shadows of the bathroom stalls now

Last call for alcohol, is the last thing youll hear
The metal catching your eye, this is your last disguise
Your time has run out and your new friend is counting cash
The music kicking so loud they wont be hearing you scream
And with your very last breath, your wishing its all a bad dream

Kill um with the rhythm, make us feel all right now
Nothing but the bass kicking in the trunk now
All I'm asking show us some love come on now give us some
Hit um with the news, make um feel all right now
Sitting with revenge, but hes still in lock down
All I'm saying, its the love, we give that makes us one
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