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Waterview – Lock N Load lyrics

If all you're cards are on the table, What's that up you're sleeve,
God! I hope you planned this well.
And now you're lighting fuses, hoping to save face,
God! You know this shit won't sell.

If this is what you worked for, Then honey you fell short.

You'll get half of what you wanted and twice what you deserve,
When all your plans are up in flames with every bridge that you have burned,
And our worse case scenario is a lesson you will learn,
When you get half of what you wanted, And twice what you deserve!

Lock and load boys check the batteries, What's that up your sleeve,
God! This scene is painted hell.
Is this warm conversation hoping to save face,
God! But only time will tell.

If this is what you worked for, Then honey you fell short.

You'll get half of what you wanted and twice what you deserve,
When all your plans are up in flames with every bridge that you have burned,
And our worse case scenario is a lesson you will learn,
When you get half of what you wanted, And twice what you deserve!

If this is what you worked for, Then honey you fell short.

You'll get half of what you wanted and twice what you deserve,
When all your plans are up in flames with every bridge that you have burned,
And our worse case scenario is a lesson you will learn,
When you get half of what you wanted, And twice what you deserve!

Twice what you deserve!
Twice what you deserve!
Twice what you deserve!
Twice what you deserve!



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/w/waterview/lock_n_load.html

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