"Libertine" as written by Ian Robert Astbury and William Henry Duffy....
Bless the children
And the beasts
So beautiful unique
Their destruction makes me weak
My experience is so deep
Her voice is beating down
She pushes through the crowd
And kisses me on the mouth
And her name is Libertine

Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself

All my friends are at the feast
Angry rightous free
Fighting the disease
Violence against the seed
Her voice is beating down
She pushes through the crowd
She kisses me on the mouth
And her name is Libertine

Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself
Libertine - And I can't quite control myself


Lyrics submitted by gothic_hobbit

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