I think it’s best if you forget that I ever was
What you thought I was;
I was a coward then;
Desperate for love and the attention
you gave to me.
I became strong and independent;
I took what you taught me and mixed it
with real life; I then plucked the rife fools
With my fists and taught them the lessons they needed
Beat them like their fathers should have.
I grew tired of the incompetent making fun of me
I refused to turn the other cheek and let them believe
they were smarter
So I used my masterful words to tear apart their minds;
Left them in the fear that I once felt.
When they had no power left
I look at them and ask
“How does it feel to feel the way you made me feel?”
How does it feel to feel nothing but fear.
I became fearsome;
the man in my nightmares;
I became the devils right hand man
to destroy lost souls;
I joke when I say
I’m gonna eat you raw and whole.