Curse Of Me

Album: Fang Bang (2006)
  • Take your breath
    I rob you of your life
    Oh how I love to see you cry
    I'm your nightmare in shinning armor
    Bringing horror

    Your screams can't penetrate my insecurities
    My heart stopped beating
    When you first said that you loved me

    And now I hold you close to me
    But I still don't feel a thing
    You're so cold and blue
    And now I must forget you

    Some things are worth dying for
    And baby that ain't me
    I'm sorry that you couldn't escape
    This curse of me

    Tonight I hold you one more time
    With the stench of formaldehyde
    You're my darkest secret
    And in my crawl space is where I'll keep it

    Your hopes and dreams
    Won't ever see the light of day
    I took your beauty, your purity
    And locked it all away

    And now I hold you close to me
    But I still don't feel a thing
    You're so cold and blue
    And now I must forget you

    Some things are worth dying for
    And baby that ain't me
    I'm sorry that you couldn't escape
    This curse of me

    This curse of me
    This curse
    This curse of me

    Writer/s: JOSEPH POOLE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Mickey Knox from Route 666, NmWhat is it about heavy metal bands and serial killers anyway? Just wondering. Okay on to the song it's not my favorite by a long shot but then again my musical taste changes frequently.

    "I'll take a piece of pie and a cup of coffee".
  • Joel from Evergreen, WaI wouldn't doubt it one bit. HLL, Ottis Toole, and too many to name had that curse.
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