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I woke up with a song in my head

She spreads herself wide open to let the insects in
She leaves a trail of honey to show me where she’s been
She has the blood of reptile just underneath her skin
Seeds from a thousand others drip down from within

Oh my beautiful liar
Oh my precious whore
My disease my infection
I am so impure

Get it

Devils speak of the way in which she’ll manifest
Angels bleed from the tainted touch of my caress
Need to contaminate to alleviate this loneliness
I now know the depths I reach are limitless

Oh my beautiful liar
Oh my precious whore
My disease my infection
I am so impure

Oh my beautiful liar
Oh my precious whore
My disease my infection
I am so impure

Oh my beautiful liar
Oh my precious whore
My disease my infection
I am so impure

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20 thoughts on “I woke up with a song in my head”

      1. Side Note: I hate the STP song from that soundtrack so much. I always change it. I don’t know why, I just do.
        On the other hand, I LOVE Golgotha Tenement Blues! One of my favorite songs of all time.

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      2. STP stone temple pilots?

        Yeah … it’s not the best song… nor does it really fit with the movie… it kind of sounds like it is on a cassette that was left on a dashboard… unnaturally slowly and stretched out

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      3. Yes, it doesn’t fit at all. Maybe that’s it. And at the time, from that soundtrack, STP was the most played, so that song was the most played. The Cure’s Burn was awesome.

        I’d say replace Big Easy with Change (In The House Of Flies) by Deftones and NOW it’s a soundtrack

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      4. I have seen them twice too. They were my first concert experience. They popped my concert cherry.

        I think I have seen part of Deftones at a festival but I think I had to choose between them and someone else… probably Slipknot or System of a Down… if I missed all of the Deftones then it must’ve been a good reason. Hopefully it wasn’t Manson… he us a disappointment. All my concert festivals have just mashed together in my head.

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