What have you done to Mary Kelly?
What have you done?

East End streets are a lonely place
On a dark November night
But I don't seem to feel the cold
And I can see without a light
Prowling through the backstreets
I was feeling more than hungry
When I saw a man walk out of the door
Of the house of Mary Kelly

What have you done to Mary Kelly?
What have you done?
What have you done to Mary Kelly?
What have you done to Mary Jane?

He gave a smle and asked if I
Was a lady of the night
In a manner of speaking, yes, I said
Then he produced a knife
He said he was going to kill me
And he gave an evil grin
But then he looked into my eyes
That was the end of him

I'm the woman that killed Jack the Ripper
Drunk his blood and threw him in a river
I'm the woman that killed Jack the Ripper
Drunk his blood and threw him in a river

I walked him down through Aldgate
Down Leaman street to Watling
Hypnotised, he told me all
The things that he'd been doing
I said, I am a vampire
But I'm not as bad as you
You seem to kill for pleasure
I only kill for food

I'm the woman that killed Jack the Ripper
Drunk his blood and threw him in a river
I'm the woman that killed Jack the Ripper
Drunk his blood and threw him in a river

You are my next victim
Was the last thing that he said
I laughed and cried, you can't kill me
I'm already dead
I made him kneel before me
He heard the three o'clock bell
then I sunk my teeth into his neck
Sent him off to hell

I'm the woman that killed Jack the Ripper
Drunk his blood and threw him in a river
I'm the woman that killed Jack the Ripper
Drunk his blood and threw him in a river

I'm the woman that killed Jack the Ripper

What have you done to Mary Kelly?
What have you done?

What have you done to Mary Kelly?
What have you done to Mary Jane?

What have you done?


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