Under the hammer
Under the hammer (English) — Referring to something being sold, especially at an auction, usually a house. Comes from when auctioneers used hammers to close the auction after the winning bid.
"Under the hammer" in lyrics
he come again and again in my sleep
and through the dust of centuries I see everything...
Day was moving on as a nail under the hammer
Evil laugh muffled the moan of the insane
He was saving all the world and Galilea
I was never afraid of the next morning, but the final night.
It's easier as a dust on the floor than as a statue under the hammer.
Trust it. Hold on to your faith in people, but someone will proselytize you too.
And I'm not the first one to lose their grip.
V-A's doing money, like Penelope, I know, you're shocked
Don't get into rap, you're gonna lose feathers
93 in bus, 93 pitfalls
93 anvil, under the hammer of justice
Always remember that God created the prostitution