My Uncle Martin tore himself up
Climbing over a barbed-wire fence
He nearly bled to death on his mama's porch
After being stabbed in the neck

Poisonous fumes
Filling your lungs
Destroying you
From the inside-out

Marty was often caught smoking weed
He had a problem with stealing things
He never had a stable relationship
He often found himself in jail

Poisonous fumes
Filling your lungs
Destroying you
From the inside-out

He never had a home of his own
Always lived with his family and friends
He always had to live his life on the go
But he had a will to survive

But then one day
He couldn't go on anymore
We prayed for him
But there was nothing we could do
He died
He died
He died because of Marlboro

Poisonous fumes
Filling your lungs
Destroying you
From the inside-out

Poisonous fumes
Filling your lungs
Destroying you
From the inside-out

Destroying you
From the inside-out

From the inside out


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Marlboro song meanings
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