"Sugar" as written by Kato Khandwala and Unknown Writer....
She's a high fashion love assassin
Taking names and playing games is her passion
But her perfect world started coming apart
The day I broke her cold heart

Now she's hungry for the blood of any boy
And she?ll get it ?cause she gets what she wants
She's the devil in black stilettos
Don't cross her, she's a fully loaded debutante

Everybody run, everybody run
She looks so sweet when she's having fun
Everybody run, everybody
The homecoming queen has got a gun

she's a killer made of spice and sugar
Hand grenades for promenades better suit her
But her perfect world started coming apart
The day I broke her cold heart

Now her enemy is our society
She?ll suck you in and then she?ll blow you away
She's the devil in black stilettos
Don't raise your glass, her cocktail spiked with glycerin

Everybody run, everybody run
She looks so sweet when she's having fun
Everybody run, everybody
The homecoming queen has got a gun

It?s a love hate masquerade
And she's got you in her sights

It?s a love hate masquerade
And she's got you in her sights
She got a gun

Everybody run, everybody run
She looks so sweet when she's having fun
Everybody run, everybody
The homecoming queen has got a gun

Everybody run, everybody run
She looks so sweet when she's having fun
Everybody run, everybody
The homecoming queen has got a gun

She's got a gun



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"Sugar" as written by Unknown Writer Kato Khandwala

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    General CommentI think they're playing the Devil as the "homecoming queen." Always looking to find you at your weak point. Doing everything she can to draw you close then screw you over. And just how society is being drawn to sexy women in stilettos drinking cocktails. Just be weary and "everybody run." Be aware of what you're dealing with.
    brokenagain72on February 26, 2008   Link

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