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Walk
Pantera Lyrics


Can't you see I'm easily bothered by persistence?
One step from lashing out at you
You want in, to get under my skin and call yourself a friend
I've got more friends like you, what do I do?

Is there no standard anymore?
What it takes, who I am, where I've been, belong
You can't be something you're not
Be yourself, by yourself, stay away from me
A lesson learned in life
Known from the dawn of time

Respect, walk, what did you say?
Respect, walk
Are you talkin' to me? Are you talkin' to me?

Run your mouth when I'm not around, it's easy to achieve
You cry to weak friends that sympathize
Can you hear the violins playing your song?
Those same friends tell me your every word

Is there no standard anymore?
What it takes, who I am, where I've been, belong
You can't be something you're not
Be yourself, by yourself, stay away from me
A lesson learned in life
Known from the dawn of time

Respect, walk, what did you say?
Respect, walk, are you talkin' to me?
Respect, walk, what did you say?
Respect, walk
Are you talkin' to me? Are you talkin' to me?
No way, punk

Respect, walk, what did you say?
Respect, walk, are you talkin' to me?
Respect, walk, what did you say?
Respect, walk
Are you talkin' to me? Are you talkin' to me?
Walk on home, boy

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Rex Brown, Philip Anselmo, Darrell Lance Abbott, Vincent Paul Abbott

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John Smith

I saw them on the Far Beyond Driven tour at Roseland in NYC.
Every song was a classic. Not one wasted guitar riff.
Also one of the most violent show I've ever seen in my life. Crowbar opened, and as soon as they went off (they were ok, but this is like a band opening for Slayer. No one comes to see YOU), shit started up. Circles began clearing.
And then when the lights went down, it was just on.
They dragged out the first body on a stretcher when the first guitar solo started. That quick.
And I lost count before the end. at least 9, perhaps as many as 12 with various broken things.
The crowd was lit.
The only show I can compare it to was the Cro-Mags, who I saw at the Ritz with Voi Vod and...Venom, believe it or not.
The thing about the Cro Mags is that they're a skinhead band, and the skinheads turned up in mad numbers to see them.
They came to fuck shit up, and the Cro Mags played the entire Age of Quarrel record, front to back.
On the subway on the way home, I saw skinheads pulling the hairs off their big black mosh boots and laughing.
I made it out ok of both Pantera and Cro Mags, but not without a bunch of bruises. I hit the floor during just about every song at Pantera (I have long hair still, so I knew better than to pit with skinheads during Cro Mags. That shit is like, assisted suicide), but someone always picked me up quick.
I'll never forget Pantera, that's for sure.
At Roseland, the sound and light system was in the middle of the floor, with metal gates around it. People were getting crushed at the gate the second Pantera came on.
Those were the first casualties 🤣😂🤣
What a great time.
So very glad I got to see Dime before he left us. An unforgettable night.
Also glad I left my girl at home that night. I wouldn't have wanted to have some issue protecting her in that madhouse.
Roseland had a slightly pitched floor, which is great for people in the back, but when you're in the pit, it makes it easier to take a spill. I'll always prefer the Limelight (also cuz you could stagedive there), but like every NYC club, from L'Amour in Brooklyn to the Tunnel in Manhattan and hell, even Jimmy's Bronx Café in my hometown they Bronx, obviously (Fat Joe and Terror Squad w/Big Pun would show up there), I could actually walk there (or stagger. Either/or, it's all good) from my last crib on the West Side...
Every NYC club owner gets involved with selling drugs somehow, and they just get popped by police mad quick.
It's so sad saying goodbye to these places. They were all special in their own way. Stadiums blow compared to clubs.
EDIT: Sorry I'm a lil' lifted, and I can't spell for shit right now. I did the best I could, trust. 😂😂😂😂😂



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Young Ghoulface

I remember my dad always singing this to me when I was a kid. Always saying “ARE YOU TALKIN TO ME? NO WAY PUNK” He had all the Pantera CDs and always told me how good of a guitar player Dimebag was. I’m 19 so obviously I never got to experience these guys while they were still active but he made them sound like the greatest band to ever exist. He died very unexpectedly when I was 16, he was only 43. That messed me up for a long time, I’m still probably not the same as I was before, I’ve tried therapy and anti depressants but they don’t bring him back. This song reminds me of hanging out in the living room watching TV with him, making Mac n Cheese at 3 in the fucking morning 😂 and going sledding in the deep ass snow we get in Michigan. This one time me and him got on a sled together and our combined weight made us haul ASS down this massive hill that led straight into a frozen pond, we ended up like halfway across that fucking thing. Goddamn the more I get older the more I realize how similar we were. He taught me a lot of things, a lot of things I’ll never forget, and he’s one of them. I couldn’t forget him if I tried. I know I wasn’t the perfect son and he wasn’t the perfect dad but I hope if he can still see me that he’s proud. I don’t know if there’s an afterlife but man i really want there to be, I’d love to talk to him again, to at least say goodbye. I guess that’s what every person that lost a parent feels like, it feels unfair and it probably is but what are you gonna do about it. I don’t expect sympathy or pity I’m just leaving this here so whenever I come back to this video years down the road I can read this and remember all the good times we had together. RIP Shawn (1976-2019) ❤️ I’ll make sure my kids know how good of a man you were.

Josh Kvale

Thanks for sharing, you will see your father again. I know people that died and came back to life. They told me they saw their parents and loved ones in the afterlife when they were on the otherside before being resuscitated.

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Keenan Neifer

Fuck man, i don't think i could say it any better, me and my dad had the exact same situation but with eminem, i fucking loved that man with all my heart, he just passed about 6 months ago, im still proccessing it all, and it doesn't help that my so called friends at the time turned on me, but i've learned to strive i adversity, that's what he taught me,

Bigurethra

My dad died when i was 13 he listened to everything I do he he was also 43 and i would sit on his bed watching the shittiest movies he could find while i ate crisps and pet the dog

Chase Rhinehart

❤️

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James Howlett

This song is about to get even more recognition pretty soon because it is featured in the Sonic 2 movie in the big climax fight in the 3rd act. Great movie by the way.

Gelfling Mama

@nesticle yeah! Great dad/mom move! My son loves it too!

Gelfling Mama

Really? 😂 Awesome!

Ronan Sean

The floss joke ruined it for me

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