Interlude with Ludes

Album: Them Crooked Vultures (2009)
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  • I've always been behind you
    So I think we should meet
    I've sharpened my knives
    So I'm gonna use them
    Oh, baby
    Oh, lalalala

    I'm gonna smother you with my love
    Forever and ever, also forever
    Acid and poison and chemicals baby
    Is what I mean to provide
    I know together, we'll make the possible
    Totally impossible

    Lalalalalala-luh
    If you want me I'm yours
    And even if you don't want me
    I'm trained and licensed and armed to the teeth

    I think you'll agree
    It's so hard to apologize
    So I'm just gonna skip it
    Sleep deprivation will make you a million
    Did you just hear something crazy?
    I got my fingers crossed you'll catch something baby
    Cause I just threw myself at you

    Everyone run and hide
    I'm coming to find you
    Is my face still bleeding?
    Then what is your problem?
    By the skin of my teeth
    That's how I'm going to drive you
    Muh-muh-muh-muh-muh
    LSD and a bloody pile of rags (Hey)
    I hate to be the bearer of bad news
    But I am
    But I am
    But I am Writer/s: DAVID GROHL, JOHN BALDWIN, JOSH HOMME
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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