Dragonhead

  • He lies he lies he lies he lies he lies
    He lies he lies he lies he lies he lies
    In your big red dragonhead
    In your big red dragonhead
    Don't go back to sleep
    Stay up and watch the door with me
    Watch me too much mascara
    Runs when you sleep
    He lies awake
    Raising the creeps
    Opens the door
    I swallow creepy things
    He lies in your big red dragonhead
    Don't go back to sleep
    Watch the door watch me
    Too much mascara
    Runs when you sleep
    He lies awake
    Raising the creeps
    Opens the door
    He lies awake
    Raising the creeps
    Opens the door
    I swallow creepy things he lies
    In your big red dragonhead
    Your big red dragonhead
    Your big black dragonhead
    Go to bed
    Don't go back to sleep Writer/s: TANYA DONELLY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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