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  • The Wrok & Roll Syllabus

    Jun 17 2006, 4h04

    Disturbed taught me that I was too narrow minded and to liberate my mind. So I want to end up on the top of Disturbed's fan list.

    Kiss taught me that sometimes it's best just to rock and roll all night and party every day.

    AC/DC taught me the lesson of safe sex. Sometimes she's got the jack. But hey, I'm still a virgin :D

    38 Special taught me to hold on loosely but don't let go.

    Chuck Berry taught me to sing it out loud and proud and not just play with my own ding-a-ling.

    Elvis taught me to do it my way. That's why I never heard one full song of his ever :)

    Metallica taught me that sometimes that light at the end of the tunnel is just a freight train coming my way.

    John Mellencamp taught me that it ain't half bad to come from a small town.

    Judas Priest showed me that I don't need no parental guidance.

    Sammy Hagar and Van Halen taught me that my tomorrow is right now.

    Aerosmith taught me how to walk (this way.)

    Kansas taught me to carry on and there would be peace when I was done.

    Kid Rock taught me to get in the pit and try to love someone.

    Megadeath taught me that sometimes life is just a symphony of destruction.

    Poison showed me that every rose has a thorn.

    Ratt taught me that what comes around goes around.

    Ozzy Osbourne taught me that sometimes you have to say goodbye to romance and goodbye to friends but you can meet in the end. But for how long do I wait? It's been 3 months already ever since I fell apart from Disha :(

    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers taught me that it's okay to be with the one that is all that you got that night.

    Foghat taught me to take a slow ride.

    ZZ Top taught me the dangers of flying while blind.

    Limp Biskit taught me that sometimes you just have to break some shit.

    Motley Crue taught me to take a walk on the wild side.

    The Steve Miller Band taught me to fly like an eagle until I was free.

    Pantera taught me that it was all about respect.