"Brandy Duval" as written by and Keith Caputo....
Laughing with your heroin chic
She's gonna do it again
It's the turn of the century and anything goes

I'm after heroin chic
That junkie shit made my poor family sick
Rest assured on in the art world, my past life grew old

The brink of madness, life is love
My head is down, somebody pick it up
Saturday morning, and my tear drops fell

Brandy Duval

I died last year of a heroin overdose
In memory to my sweet mom, she was strawberry blond
It's the turn of the century, and anything goes

Sometimes light behaves like a monkey
Sometimes light behaves like a torch
Fashion faith is entirely striking, ode to Kate Moss

The brink of madness, life is love
My head is down, somebody pick it up
Saturday morning, and my tear drops fell

Brandy Duval

My fairy tale junkie,
you make me want to cry
My fairy tale freak, I think I'm gonna die
We're like two cats in heat, my fairy tale junkie
Can I nurse on your feet?
It helps me just fine


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"Brandy Duval" as written by Keith Caputo

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