I can't see, whatever makes you angry
I think it's just the moon
And soon the turning tide
Will make you laugh

The box you had for christmas
Is really stinky now
Unusual granny's bed

The film you saw when I slept
Has strange effects on you
I always tell you that they use ketchup

And though I say it's all fake
Your hero must die
So I worry

Please darling look at this scene again
You see I'm not the hero
The sad jokes that I make

Darling watch it until the end
I've got the victim's hairdo
I die when I eat a peanut

Oh who the hell has messed up your hair?
Don't forget I protect the bears
And til the day you play Gandhi
I'll be doubtful you will see

I fear that you are too sensitive
You should let go
But it feels like I was Bambi's killer

You're sure that all the sad films
Are just a test for you
You've got too many Cs

It's now that I realize
I married a psycho
Who'll always say
It's because of the man

Who screams that he remembers when
And he kills me with a fake gun

Please darling look at this scene again
You see I'm not the hero
The sad jokes that I make

Darling watch it until the end
I've got the victim's hairdo
I die when I eat a peanut

Oh who the hell has messed up your hair?
Don't forget I protect the bears
And till the day you play Gandhi
I'll be doubtful you will see

In the kitchen, in the bar
Darling, don't you hide so far
You're excited, you're affraid
The best actor ever made


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Victim's Hairdo song meanings
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