Ain't it scary deep inside Aren't you naked with no pride Let me turn you on Oh, I can feed you lies Let me turn you on
It's no longer a game And under your skin I am ready to dive in Parasites on television screens
Hide in the cracks and Underneath the seams
Dime store rock Has warped your mind Melting faces, deep set eyes Let me turn you on Hey baby what's your sign? Let me turn you on
Goes along with the territory She wants to fuck you tonight Please, smelling like a wino On her knees Please, selling you her Gothic rocket dreams She's gonna burn you out To make it seem Like nobody wants anything from you Cause you're a has-been on TV
It's no longer a game And under your skin I am ready to dive In
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