Vulture

Album: Post Pop Depression (2016)
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    Fat, black vulture
    White head hung low
    Chewin' dead meat
    By the side of the road
    His evil breath
    Smells just like death
    He takes no chances
    He knows the dances

    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh

    Vulture waiting
    For a life to end
    Proving the prophet
    He's nobody's friend
    If he gets near
    Your bones he'll clear
    He'll jump your bandwagon
    Till it's your corpse he's draggin'

    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture
    Vulture

    Fat, black vulture
    Has got no shame
    He'll tell a lie
    Cheat, steal, and frame
    His poison whiff
    Will kill you stiff
    This toxic executive
    Wants your guts in his grip

    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture, ooh
    Vulture
    Vulture
    Vulture
    Vulture

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    Oh Writer/s: Dean Fertita, James Osterberg, Joshua Homme
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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