Last Tattoo

Album: Graffiti The World (2005)


  • In this song, the singer talks of how he had this girl that he was in "love" with and now that it's over he has a problem: he still has her name tattooed on him and he wants to cover up that part of his life with a "smoking gun" tattoo. He also describes in the song how that he would like the tattoo artist to "make it hurt and make it bleed." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Stephen - salisbury, NC

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  • Mel!ssa from Pittsburgh, PaI won't let go until it quote stone sour
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