Siren Song

Album: Two Suns (2009)
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  • Are you my family?
    Can I stay with you a while?
    Can I stop off in your bed tonight?
    I can make you smile

    In the morning I'll make you breakfast
    In the evening I'll warm the bed
    And I'll always be happy to kiss you
    Promise I'll never get sad

    'Til the siren come calling, calling
    It's driving me evil, evil
    Mama was a heartbreaker, loved you
    The same way I do
    But I've got so much wickedness and sin

    My name is Pearl and I love you
    The best way I know how
    My blonde curls slice through your heart
    And the siren come calling
    It won't be long
    Until you're running

    Help you dress yourself up fancy
    And bathe you when you get sore
    I'll be good
    I think I could
    Be all you would want and more and more
    Be proud when you dazzle the wanderers
    Glitter your eyes for the town
    Tell every last boy that you're my man
    I'll try not to let you down

    'Til the siren come calling, calling
    It's driving me evil, evil
    Mama was a heartbreaker, loved you
    The same way I do
    But I've got so much wickedness and sin

    My name is Pearl and I love you
    The best way I know how
    My blonde curls slice through your heart

    And the stars are exploding in your eyes
    It won't be long until you're running
    No, it won't be long 'til you're running
    It won't be long until you're running
    It won't be long until you're running
    'Cause I'm evil
    'Cause I'm evil Writer/s: Natasha Khan
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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