Darts of Pleasure

Album: Franz Ferdinand (2003)
Charted: 44
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  • You are the latest contender
    You are the one to remember
    You are the villain who sends her
    Light or dark, fantastic passion

    I know that you will surrender
    I know that you will surrender
    I want this fantastic passion
    We'll have fantastic passion

    You can feel my lips undress your eyes
    Undress your eyes, undress your eyes
    Words of love and words so leisured
    Words of poisoned darts of pleasure
    Died, and so you died

    You are the latest adventure
    You're an emotion avenger
    You are the devil that sells her
    Light or dark, fantastic passion

    I know that you will surrender
    I know that you will surrender
    I want this fantastic passion
    We'll have fantastic passion

    You can feel my lips undress your eyes
    Undress your eyes, undress your eyes
    Skin can feel my lips they tingle, tense anticipation
    This one is an easy one, feel the word and melt upon it
    Words of love and words so leisured
    Words of poisoned darts of pleasure
    Died and so you died

    Ich heisse Superfantastisch
    Ich trinke Schampus mit Lachsfisch
    Ich heisse Superfantastisch
    Ich heisse Superfantastisch
    Ich trinke Schampus mit Lachsfisch
    Ich heisse Superfantastisch
    Ich heisse Superfantastisch
    Ich trinke Schampus mit Lachsfisch
    Ich heisse Superfantastisch Writer/s: Alexander Paul Kapranos Huntley, Nicholas John McCarthy, Paul Robert Thompson, Robert Hardy
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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