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Metallica – Stone Dead Forever lyrics

(Kilmister/Clarke/Taylor)
(Originally recorded by Motorhead)
Get on!
You think you see me, in the glass
You think you hear me, better listen fast
I think I see you, gone to seed
Think your reason, is your guilt and greed
You're out there on your own
Your face is turned to stone
What ever happened to your life?
Stone dead forever
All right!
You're a financial wizard, yeah, a top tycoon
You're a sweet long lizard, with a silver spoon
You know you've never had it, quite so good
And you didn't know, that you even could
Your time has come to own
Your touch turned to gold
What ever happened to your life?
Stone dead forever
All right!
It's been a long time, it's been a long long wait
And you caught your fingers, in the pearly gates
You better leave your number, and we'll call you
You know your problem, ain't exactly new
Your time has come today
Your face has turned to hay
What ever happened to your life?
Stone dead forever
That's right!
Yo!
[Aaah...]



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