Sex Metal Barbie

Album: Black Widow (2014)
  • Excuse me can you tell me what you've heard about my life
    Maybe a dirty little fairy tale, a girl of the night
    I heard that I grew up filthy, a trailer park queen
    Drop out pregnant statistical teen
    I know you heard about the bloody knife
    About my daddy's perfect virgin and my mother's wife
    You know I heard I don't belong in this game
    Still you hold your hands in the air screaming my name
    Let's go

    Baby go ahead
    I'll be your hatred and your pain
    This is killing us all
    I don't care if I fall
    We're the dying, we are the damned

    Baby go ahead
    I'll be the villain you can blame
    I'll be the belle of the brawl
    Be the lust in us all
    I'm the diva of the damned

    I know I don't belong in this scene
    Sex metal barbie, homicidal queen

    Excuse me can you tell me the worst thing you've heard about me
    Maybe that I'm a little harlot homicidal queen
    You know I heard that I don't belong in this scene
    Sex, metal, barbie, whore, attention fiend

    You know I heard that I'm a haters dream
    Low class, white trash, I'm so obscene
    You know I heard that I should be ashamed
    Still they hold their fists in the air screaming my name

    Baby go ahead
    I'll be your hatred and your pain
    This is killing us all
    I don't care if I fall
    We're the dying, we are the damned

    Baby go ahead
    I'll be the villain you can blame
    I'll be the belle of the brawl
    Be the lust in us all
    I'm the diva of the damned

    I know I don't belong in this scene
    Sex metal barbie, homicidal queen

    So go ahead
    I'll be your hatred and your pain
    This is killing us all
    I don't care if I fall
    We're the dying, we are the damned

    Baby go ahead
    I'll be the villain you can blame
    I'll be the belle of the brawl
    Be the lust in us all
    I'm the diva of the damned

    I heard I don't belong in this scene
    Sex metal barbie, homicidal queen Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER JOHN HOWORTH, KEVIN CHURKO, MARIA DIANE BRINK
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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