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Attila - Proving Grounds (audio)

Attila – “Proving Grounds” – from the upcoming album Guilty Pleasure – out November 24
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Take your opinion and stick it right up in your motherfuckin ass
Set the stage we’re in a world where opinions mean nothing, you’ve got to prove your worth
Let me hear you say HEY
Fuck everything they SAY
I’ll live another DAY
And if they doubt you, tell ‘em to suck it and hold and hold it down on the proving grounds
Fuck everything they SAY
I’ll live another DAY
And if they doubt you, tell ‘em to suck it and hold and hold it down on the proving grounds
I’ve always done what I wanted, I never had a reason
I just set out with middle fingers up fuck everything and anyone who tried to stop me
There’s one thing you should know- To never give a fuck. When people try to stop you, you should prove them wrong.
Let me see what you’re made of, you little piece of shit
Bring it on let me see it
We have to prove them wrong
You gotta problem with me keepin it real, well here we go
Fuck your shit
Always gotta have opinions you can suck my dick
Always gotta have the last word such a little shit
Always gotta try to hide it but I fucked your bitch
Doesn’t matter what the press says I won’t quit
Doesn’t matter what the feds say smoke my shit
When I’m rollin pass the 5-0 I stay lit
If you feel like you’re a victim, rape this pit
Take a hit of this SHIT
Let the moment set in always open ears and listen
Everybody can suck my fuck
Doesn’t matter what you think I’m here to prove you wrong hit the back button repeat this song

Music video by Attila performing Proving Grounds (audio). (C) 2014 Artery Recordings. Manufactured and marketed under exclusive license to Razor & Tie Direct, LLC.

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