"Big Black Monster" as written by and Scott Richard Weiland Douglas Allan Grean....
You did not call when she was home
You left while she was sleeping
You left a note said that you went
To get some cigarettes

But that was three long days ago
What have you got to say?
A big black monster flew right in
You're stranded on me, babe

Another day, another way
To sell your story to her
Talking with, gets you nowhere
Your voice falls on deaf ears

And that was three long days ago
What have you got to say?
A big black monster flew right in
You're stranded on me, babe

Did you hear the monster come up?
He came across your name
Did you hear the monster come up?
(You're crashing, you're crashing)

Did you hear the monster come up?
He came across your name
Did you hear the monster come up?
(You're crashing)

You did not call when she was home
You left while she was sleeping
You left a note said that you went
To get some cigarettes

But that was three long days ago
What have you got to say?
A big black monster flew right in
You're stranded on me, babe

Did you hear the monster come up?
He came across your name
Did you hear the monster come up?
(You're crashing, you're crashing)

Did you hear the monster come up?
He came across your name
Did you hear the monster come up?
(You're crashing)

Did you hear the monster come up?
He came across your name
Did you hear the monster come up?
(You're crashing, you're crashing)

Did you hear the monster come up?
He came across your name
Did you hear the monster come up?
(You're crashing)


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"Big Black Monster" as written by Scott Richard Weiland Douglas Allan Grean

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    General Commentit's about Scott's relationship with his first wife. he was writing in his book that he was leaving her to score drugs by saying that he was going to get some cigarettes. RIP Scott
    King of Hartson January 08, 2016   Link

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