"Electrocution" as written by Homer Flynn and Hardy Winfred Fox....
I wouldn't mind if I could find
A little electrocution.
Sometimes I feel I need it here,
A little electrocution.

The wire's hot, lights are red
A sparkle straight to my heart
I'm still livin' in the dark
I'm still livin' in the dark

I wouldn't mind if I could find
A little electrocution.
My despair flows everywhere
To a little electrocution

Spools of coil across the sky
Unraveling out for miles
I've been bangin' on diles (not sure about this word)
I've been bangin' on diles

I wouldn't mind if I could find
A little electrocution.
I need a jolt some thunderbolts
Of a little electrocution

No one loves you like I do
No one loves you like, you know, I do

All there is is beautiful
All there is needs to die
I've been wandering why
I've been wandering why

I wouldn't mind if I could find
A little electrocution.
I'm down quite beneath the light
Of a little electrocution

I wouldn't mind if I could find
A little electrocution.
Sometimes I feel I need it here,


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"Electrocution" as written by Homer Flynn Hardy Winfred Fox

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