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Children Of Bodom – Was It Worth It? lyrics

I've been dragged thru mud here,
Entirely beat up and torn.

But when last nite comes back,
To me it sure as hell know.

Yea, yeaoo!

We rocked, went crazy and far beyound,
When I look back and ask myself.
Was it worth it?

Hell yeah,
Ignore the pain.
Hungover,
But I'll do it again.
Crying,
Tears made of grit.
Flying,
Oh yes, it was worth it!

Withdrawal kickin' in, I can't shake it.
Yet in one way I have to take it.

I'll rock, go nuts and far beyond,
And I look back, I don't need to know.
Was it worth it?

Hell yeah,
Ignore the pain.
Hungover,
But I'll do it again.
Crying,
Tears made of grit.
Flying,
Oh yes, it was worth it!

Hell yeah,
Ignore the pain.
Hungover,
But I'll do it again.
Crying,
Tears made of grit.
Flying,
Oh yes, it was worth it!

Yeaooo!



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