Love & Meth Lyrics

Korn


publisher: ©RAZOR & TIE DIRECT LLC
writers: Brian Welch, Don Gilmore, James Shaffer, Jasen Rauch, Jonathan Davis, Nick Suddarth, Raymond Luzier, Reginald Arvizu
album: Track 2 in album The Paradigm Shift
release date: 2013-10-4
popularity : 7 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Rock
styles: Nu Metal/Heavy Metal
length: 4:03
producer: Don Gilmore
mixer: Don Gilmore
engineer: Mark Kiczula and Jasen Rauch
additional producer: Jasen Rauch
programming: Sluggo, Jonathan Davis and Zaylien

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Korn The Paradigm Shift cover art
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[Verse 1]
Feelings you see.
Are so hard to believe.
All the chaos I have in my heart.
Devils I make and the love can relate.
All the solace inside tears me up.

Take me away!
Set me on fire!
There's no other way!

[Chorus]
Give me a reason 'cause I got nothing to gain.
So what are we doing now?
Feeling complacent, I cannot be contained.
I'm so lost and lonely now.

[Verse 2]
We've been deceived.
It's so easy for me.
'Cause the loathing I've had from the start.
Evil disease all the hatred it breathes.
As I'm down on my knees torn apart.

Take me away!
Set me on fire!
There's no other way!

[Chorus]
Give me a reason 'cause I got nothing to gain.
So what are we doing now?
Feeling complacent, I cannot be contained.
I'm so lost and lonely now.

Where do I run!?
Where do I hide!?
Give me a reason to end my life!

Where do I run!?
Where do I hide!?
Give me a reason to get out alive!

[Chorus]
Give me a reason 'cause I got nothing to gain.
So what are we doing now?
Feeling complacent, I cannot be contained.
I'm so lost and lonely now.

Give me a reason 'cause I got nothing to gain.
So what am I doing now?
(What am I doing now?)
Feeling complacent I cannot be contained.
I'm so lost and lonely now.


Track Listing


Digital Media 1
  • 1 Prey for Me
  • 2 Love & Meth
  • 3 What We Do
  • 4 Spike in My Veins
  • 5 Mass Hysteria
  • 6 Paranoid and Aroused
  • 7 Never Never
  • 8 Punishment Time
  • 9 Lullaby for a Sadist
  • 10 Victimized
  • 11 It's All Wrong