Degradation Rules

Album: Patient Number 9 (2022)
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  • Twisted little fantasy
    Gambling with tragedy and doom, and doom
    Addicted to debauchery
    Staring at the ceiling in his room, in his room

    Asphyxiation
    Masturbation
    Degradation rules

    Pulling on his memories
    He's ready for the pearl to hit the sky, the sky
    Used up all his energy
    He wakes up with a twinkle in his eye, in his eye

    Asphyxiation
    Masturbation
    Degradation rules
    Degradation rules
    Join the other fools

    Sticky little magazines
    He locks the door and goes into his mind, in his mind
    Stuck inside a dirty dream
    The hand that feeds you also turns you blind, turns you blind

    Asphyxiation
    Masturbation
    Degradation rules
    Degradation rules
    Beating on your jewels

    Asphyxiation
    Masturbation
    Degradation rules
    Degradation rules
    Masturbating fools
    Watching RedTube rules

    Ooh, I've come

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