Indie Cindy

  • Put this down for the record
    It's more or less unchequered

    Wasted days and wasted nights
    Made me a f*cking beggar
    No soul my milk is curdled
    I'm the burger-meister of purgatory

    Look out for that hot plate
    Guess that's all you got. great
    You put the c*ck in cocktail, man
    Well I put the tail in wait!
    Watch. me. walk.
    Blowtorch a hole in that armor
    And I don't need the tip

    I am in love with your daughter
    And though she has no need
    I'm the one who's got some trotters
    You've many mouths to feed

    Indie Cindy
    Be in love with me
    I beg for you to carry me

    Mixed messages from Sir Naff
    Please authenticate
    Just to be sure that you're a sap
    Set for stun automatica
    Crap is the operative
    Locomotive of the longest death

    There goes Indie Cindy whose
    Sails were black when it was windy
    We offed ourselves in a lover's pact
    We threw ourselves into the sea
    Well looksie what the wind washed back
    As we follow the bouncing ball
    They call this dance the washed up crawl

    I am in love with your daughter
    And though she has no need
    I'm the one who's got some trotters
    You've many mouths to feed

    I am in love with your daughter
    And though she has no need
    I'm the one who's got some trotters
    You've many mouths to feed

    Indie Cindy
    Be in love with me
    I beg for you to carry me

    Indie Cindy
    Be in love with me
    I beg for you to carry me
    Indie Cindy
    Be in love with me
    I beg for you to carry me
    I beg for you to carry me
    I beg for you to carry me Writer/s: CHARLES THOMPSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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