"Toybox" as written by Kevin Fitzgerald, William Tutton, Daniel Keenan and Carla Bozulich....
Less is not more take cover the end is near don't walk thanks allot bleeding me.
My shell on top of your knotty fist with a speculum shoved up my cunt, after hours.

Take solace my love in the little things: red droplets wet eyelashes and money.
That's the way it goes. I shot my baby. It has to be love.
For one lousy minute she felt like a queen.
I stand here naked at attention.
Is this my only skill?
I fucked my first fruit today, lousy lay.
I asked my daddy for a quarter,
He gave me twenty-five cents and a kiss for good luck.
Daddy, what can I do to make you stop crying?
I been wanderin' the canned fruit aisle wondering what I can do to make you smile.
Jesus only knows.
In time I'll grow too big and old to help you with your strange hurt.
But right now I'm a school girl learning exactly what I was put on this earth for.
For one lousy minute she felt like a queen.
Should the smart little girl tell a story or a lie,
With her eyes on the toy she's a tomboy in the mirror.
Watch her as she changes. See how she grows.
Her cells are re-arrangin'. She'll need a woman's clothes.
What are these ugly changes?
Jesus only knows...
I stand here naked at attention.
Is this my only skill?
I fucked my first fruit today, lousy lay.
I asked my daddy for a quarter,
He gave me twenty-five cents and a kiss for good luck.


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"Toy Box" as written by Carla Bozulich Bill Tutton

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