"Sister Savior" as written by and Tim Goldsworthy Gabriel Andruzzi....
Can you feel it
Sister Savior
Drawing you into the club?
Sister Savior's
Past behavior
Has me falling in love

Hey-ey-ey-ey
Sister Savior
Hey-ey-ey-ey
Catholic lover
Why'd you leave me
For the good life?
At least our bad times were ours

Last night i had a dream
A warm field strawberries and cream
A poor man wearing rusty mail
With contentment plastered on his face
He was sipping from a bottle
On his forehead read the motto
"If I drink myself to death,
At least I'll know i had a good time"

One last late night
Sister Savior
Before its too late

Hey-ey-ey-ey
Sister Savior
Hey-ey-ey-ey
You know i love her
Please belive me
This is the good life
And no more bad times could be ours


Lyrics submitted by _valerie

"Sister Savior" as written by James Murphy Gabriel Andruzzi

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