Love You To Death

Album: October Rust (1996)
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  • In her place one hundred candles burning
    As salty sweat drips from her breast
    Her hips move and I can feel what they're saying, swaying
    They say the beast inside of me is gonna get ya, get ya, get

    Black lipstick stains her glass of red wine
    I am your servant, may I light your cigarette?
    Those lips smooth, yeah I can feel what you're saying, praying
    They say the beast inside of me's gonna get ya, get ya, get

    I beg to serve, your wish is my law
    Now close those eyes and let me love you to death
    Shall I prove I mean what I'm saying, begging
    I say the beast inside me is gonna get ya, get ya, get

    Let me love you too
    Let me love you to death

    Hey am I good enough
    For you?
    Hey am I good enough
    For you?
    Am I?
    Am I?
    Am I good enough
    For you?

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