The Raygun Girls

The Raygun Girls

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Rock - Hard Rock | New York, United States
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Song Description

From the mind of a killer

Lyrics

I drink the psychopathic bloodshed
follow me to the pools of ink red
you'll never see the daylight again
I wanna be you

come on and sit down and feel me
come on and lay down believe me
come on and sit down forgive me
lay down and come on

I want you to turn off the light now
why won't you turn off the lights now
i used to beg for forgiveness
but now the world needs to see this

i wanna lick you clean and rub on your bones
sullied flesh you are so cold
now you cry, "what did i do?"
what did I answer?

come on and sit down and feel me
come on and lay down believe me
come on and sit down forgive me
lay down and come on

I want you to turn off the light now
why won't you turn off the lights now
i used to beg for forgiveness
but now the world needs to see this

now i got you here
you're not so tough
feeling high and dangerous
look around
who are you
I'm mother nature

come on and sit down and feel me
come on and lay down believe me
come on and sit down forgive me
lay down and come on

I want you to turn off the light now
why won't you turn off the lights now
i used to beg for forgiveness
but now the world needs to see this

Song Length
4:01
Genres
Rock - Hard Rock, Rock - Heavy Metal
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Troubled, Sadistic

Subject Matter
Murder, Rape, Arrogance

Similar Artists
Rob Zombie, Chevelle
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits George Tsolekas
Music Credits Geoff Saavedra and Jason Donnelly
Producer Credits Geoff Saavedra and Brian Herman
Performance Credits The Raygun Girls