There was a boy, a real young boy
with abalone eyes
he always takes his time.
His ma was madame rouge
with her cognac and fake jewels
She gets to sheet metal squealing
like a dozen baby seals.

She said she's gotta go out
gots to get out, gotta get goin'
lots of work to be done,
she's got a lot of shit to do.

She squeezed her filth in a dress
a real top dress, a real red dress
Her fat was swinging low like hobos and skid-row
The boy got scared and knew she'd come home late
too late, twistin' her mouth off like bottle cops
and spinnin' bottles like a street rat

It would take four or five gorillas just to keep that bitch still.

Scumbags and crooks
cock-suckers
things are getting sticky
crumbbums and sluts
He's got Dunya's brother's axe
he's gonna cut poor mommy in two
three, four, five
two, three, four, five

Five AM he heard the dead-bolt slip
and the door fell open
slammed open too hard
He heard two voices moist
with grappa and bad choices
He wonders why they couldn't have taken their shoes off
they still got their shoes on, he thought
"This is a household, my home
Take off your goddamn shoes!"

He hears awful talk, god awful talk
"Deeper, angel... deeper!"
"What a big fat one you got!"

Lizavetta, Lizavetta,
Just hold your tongue,
Lizavetta, Lizavetta,
this won't take long.

Then he started swinging
and he kept on swinging
Until mommy and her friend
lost that sick liquid look in their eye.

It would take four or five gorillas just to keep this axe still.

Scumbags and crooks
cock-suckers
things are getting sticky
crumbbums and sluts
He's got a big, bloody ax
he's gonna bury with mommy, too
three, four, five
two, three, four, five
fifteen, twenty-five, eighty-five tonight!


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