"Cold Blooded" as written by Taylor Momsen, Kato Khandwala and Ben Phillips....
You can't trust a cold blooded man
Girl, don't believe in his lies
Can't trust a cold blooded man
He'll love you and leave you alive
There's one thing you must understand
You can't trust a cold blooded man

Can't trust a cold blooded woman
Boy, don't you lie in her bed
You can't trust a cold blooded woman
She'll love you and leave you for dead
There's one thing you must understand
You can't trust a cold blooded woman

And all the times I stayed and wonder why, are to blame, oh
And all the times that I'm reminded by, I'm ashamed, oh yeah

You can't trust a cold blooded lover
You can't trust a cold blooded slave
You can't trust a cold blooded other
In the end they'll just drive you insane
There's one thing you must understand
You can't trust a cold blooded
Can't trust a cold blooded
Can't trust a cold blooded

Woman(man)


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"Cold Blooded" as written by Kato Khandwala Ben Phillips

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    General CommentCan't believe there are no comments! I flove this song. I swear this should be in True Blood.
    Anyways... I think the meaning is pretty obvious, so I'm not gonna comment on that. I do wonder if the lyrics are correct. I don't know for sure, but to me it sounds like 'And all the times I sit and wonder why, I'm to blame'. It certainly makes more sense grammatically speaking.
    CatMeadowon January 23, 2013   Link
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    My OpinionIt's idea of one of Ben Philips's female friend, she came and said the line "can trust the cold blooded man" and then they make this cool blues stuff :)
    RockRockRockon November 02, 2013   Link

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