I'd Love To Kill You

Album: The House (2010)
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  • I'd love to kill you with a kiss
    I'd like to strike you down with bliss
    I'd like to tie you up in knots
    Until your heart stops

    I'd love to kill you with a glance
    I'd like to put you in a trance
    I'd like to drug you with my scent
    And use you in the moment
    Ooh

    I'd love to kill you as you eat
    The pleasure would taste so sweet
    I'd like to open up your skin
    And wander there within

    I'd love to kill you by a stream
    Where no one can hear my baby scream
    And then I'd run away and be free
    The sweetest victory
    Ooh

    I love to watch you in your sleep
    'Cause you don't have power over me
    And when you're awake I'm undone
    Under you spell, in hell
    Ooh
    Ooh
    Ooh Writer/s: Guy Chambers, Katie Melua
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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