In the name of addiction, cadaver love song
If your needin' a villain, baby I’m your blonde
Either sour upon wings of light or slither down low
I am all things to all men, As long as I get the doe
Let’s make a new myth out of you
Let’s keep a souvenir, like your tattoo
My hands are heading south, getting viscous
Your body in my mouth, DEVIlICIOUS

In the name of the flesh, name of debauchery
Twisted majik in black laced tied all over me
Tonight’s menu covers a multitude of sin
Don’t think I am an Angel, just because I have wings
Loving that organ baby, and not you
watching your black lips turn pale blue
Paint on lacquer smooth glide feeling ambitious
Your body in my mouth, DEVILICIOUS

Evil Evil Evil Evil
… I need a villain (a-ha)

For love and devour, I want your sleaze
You bring all the self loathing, out in me
Sexual digestion runth into thine cup
There’s a god in us all, and she’s so fucked up
Don’t think with your head, think with your meat
I like to get naked before I eat
Using your flash to make a façade pure malicious
Your body in my mouth, DEVILICIOUS



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    General CommentNothing is sexier than cannibalism.
    thewrightderekon May 09, 2011   Link
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    General CommentAngelspit said in an interview that this is a song about 'The tender act of cannibalism, since you can't really know someone until you eat them, right?'

    I personally adore this song. It's one of my favorites from Blood Death Ivory. God, I could just listen to this all day long!

    (Another note: 'Devilicious' is misspelled in the title and the lyrics.)
    HeartlessHatefulon September 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm gonna play this in the bedroom! O.O

    I'm sorry, I just got the picture of two having sex.
    SaiSaion May 18, 2009   Link

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