Black Me Out

Album: Transgender Dysphoria Blues (2014)
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  • I don't ever want to talk that way again
    I don't want to know people like that anymore
    As if there was an obligation
    As if I owed you something

    Black me out
    I want to piss on the walls of your house
    I want to chop those brass rings off
    Your fat fucking fingers
    As if you were a king-maker
    As if, as if, as if
    Black me out

    I don't want to see the world that way anymore
    I don't want to feel that weak and insecure
    As if you were my fucking pimp
    As if I was your fucking whore

    Black me out
    I want to piss on the walls of your house
    I want to chop those brass rings
    Off your fat fucking fingers
    As if you were a king-maker
    As if, as if, as if
    Black me out

    I want to piss on the walls of your house
    I want to chop those brass rings
    Off your fat fucking fingers
    As if you were a king-maker
    As if, as if, as if
    Black me out

    All the young graves filled
    Don't the best all burn out
    So bright and so fast?

    All the young graves filled
    Don't the best all burn out
    So bright and so fast?
    Full body high
    I'm never coming down
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