The Salaminizer

Album: Scumdogs Of The Universe (1990)
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  • Here's a little something from a God to a slave,
    I never should of been let out the fucking microwave!
    We're on this planet and we're running a muck,
    I should give a shit but I don't give a fuck!
    Ever since I was a scumdog, I blew a cum-wad.
    I need a mother-fucking suckadickalickalong!
    Burning a mall or two, blowing the load I spew.
    You don't want to fucking fuck me? I'll Fuck you!
    This is your ass, and I'm in it.
    My man sexy will fuck you up in a minuet.
    With an axe, sword, mace, pike your limbless.
    Then I'll fuck your ass till its rimless!
    Oh! You humans always screaming!
    Oh! As you suckle on my semen!
    Oh! And the shit is always steamin'
    A drunk, a pervert, a junkie and a sodimizer.
    But you can call me the salaminizer
    Give unto give unto give unto give unto
    My life is a luxury, so filled with hate.
    I got fifty slaves heaping maggots on my plate.
    From my fortress in Antarctica I watch the world die
    On my Sony Trinitron that's switched to channel 5.
    Back on the road, its no lie....
    Stupid fucking humans pay money to die!
    Crushed in the pit, nailed to the stage
    I only suck the souls that are underage.
    [Repeat Chorus]


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