"Lovecrimes" as written by and Christopher Edwin Breaux....
Talk to me and I better not hear a word
Do me baby, I better not feel it girl
Baby, I still got one bullet left in my nine
Finna do a lovecrime, lovecrime, finna do a lovecrime

Murder, murder, murder she wrote
Lovecrimes, lovecrimes
Murder, murder, murder she wrote
Lovecrimes, lovecrimes

You write me love letters with your father's pen
If he knew the freaky, freaky things that you write with it
Is it really wrong that I want to be the baby daddy?
Is that a lovecrime, lovecrime? Tell me it's a lovecrime

Murder, murder, murder she wrote
Lovecrimes, lovecrimes
Murder, murder, murder she wrote
Lovecrimes, lovecrimes
Murder, murder, murder she wrote
Lovecrimes, lovecrimes

In the getaway car
You know I love it when the ride is smooth
If we ever get caught
It'd be a long vacation for two

Murder, murder, murder she wrote
Lovecrimes, lovecrimes


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"Lovecrimes" as written by Christopher Edwin Breaux

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    General CommentThe woman talking at the end is Nicole Kidman in the movie "Eyes Wide Shut," if anyone is wondering.
    benjam326on April 05, 2011   Link
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    General CommentDope song, anyone know what the woman is saying?
    chewthegumon March 14, 2011   Link
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    General CommentMy favorite song off of his album.
    I believe the song is about the intensity of lovemaking. The background vocals of Nicole Kidman play so well with this song.

    My favorite line:
    "I still got one bullet in my nine" - genius.
    mad about the boyon May 24, 2011   Link
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    General CommentNice wordplay in 'lovecrimes'--is it the opposite of a hate crime? I wonder how? *sigh* Gotta love Frank's writing.
    Tsuppion March 12, 2013   Link

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