Cereal Killer

Album: Cereal Killer Soundtrack (1993)
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  • Follow your nose
    It always knows
    The flavor of death
    Where ever it goes

    Terror in the supermarket
    Shoppers are in horror
    Shredded boxes in the aisles
    Corpses on the floor

    Those who ran
    This joy is mine
    Now they're going to pay
    Super gory slaughter
    Now the order of the day!
    Toucan, Son of Sam!!
    Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids

    Follow your nose
    It always knows

    The flavor of death
    Where ever it goes,
    Orphaned at the age of five,
    Parental guidance missed,
    Reschudwich
    (???)
    Wouldn't talk to him
    And he got really pissed,
    The remittal chemicals
    Have driven him insane,
    Now we know the calling
    Like it's ringing 'round his brain

    Toucan Son of Sam!
    Snap! Crackle! Pop!
    Toucan Son of Sam!

    Part of your nutritious breakfast! Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER J. BUSCAGLIA, GREG REYNARD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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