Eat Me Alive

Album: Defenders of the Faith (1984)
  • Wrapped tight around me
    Like a second flesh hot skin
    Cling to my body
    As the ecstasy begins

    Your wild vibrations
    Got me shooting from the hip
    Crazed and insatiable let 'er rip

    Eat me alive

    Sounds like an animal
    Panting to the beat
    Groan in the pleasure zone
    Gasping from the heat

    Gut-wrenching frenzy
    That deranges every joint
    I'm gonna force you at gun point

    To eat me alive

    Bound to deliver
    As you give and I collect
    Squealing impassioned
    As the rod of steel injects

    Lunge to the maximum
    Spread-eagled to the wall
    You're well equipped to take it all

    So eat me alive Writer/s: GLENN RAYMOND TIPTON, KENNETH DOWNING, ROB HALFORD
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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