"I'll Pay You to Shoot Him" as written by Megan Mccauley and Bob Marlette....
Hey Father
I want to put you to an end
Hey Father
I'm almost over it again

Hey Father
You were never my friend
Hey Father
I've lost my mind again

Officer, what will you do?
Officer, I'll pay you

I'll pay you to shoot him now
I will you pay you to take him out
I will pay you to shoot him now
I'll pay you to blow his brains out

Hey Mother
Did he hurt you again?
Hey Mother
I want you in, it's got to end

Hey Mother
Swallow your pride, you know it's true
Hey Mother
You know he hurt me too

Officer, will you please?
I'm begging you on my knees

I'll pay you to shoot him now
I will pay you to take him out
I will pay you to shoot him now
I will pay you to blow his brains out

(My sanity's lost now)
To choke him now
(The sad times are over)
To fuck him up
(I've taken control now)
To make him drink from the same dried cup

Hey Father
I wanna put you to an end
Hey Father

I will pay you to shoot him now
I will you pay you to take him out
I will pay you to shoot him now
I will pay you, I will pay you to blow his brains out
To blow his brains out



Lyrics submitted by fellonblackdays1

"I'll Pay You to Shoot Him" as written by Bob Marlette Megan Mccauley

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    General CommentMegan wrote this song about her rocky and abusive relationship with her father who hurt her and her mother so much, she would kill him.
    MyEyesAreRedon August 15, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis song seems to be about a really bad relationship with her father. i think it could be that he raped her or molested her but its not too clear.
    xolfenddthoxon December 31, 2007   Link

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