You're all mine. The world is mine.

If I touch you like Caligula, will you be my Mary Magdalene?
I'll dress you in my mother's clothes from her closet full of skeletons

You're all mine. The world is mine.

The road less traveled led me to Salem's Lot
Where the devil in the details tied my neck into a knot
Our cancer is blooming like a flower
Shatters the glass holding the hour

If I touch you like Caligula, as curious as Oedipus
Into the darkest of desires, to consequence I grow remiss

Take a step closer to the edge of what you fear
Behind you looming silently, you feel me drawing near
Your pounding heart now is the only thing you hear
With my hands around your neck, I whisper in your ear

Midnight's eternal in this wine-soaked bacchanal
Sky-high on venom while bonding with the beast
No rest for the wicked, no compassion for the weak
A marriage of power, now the world is all mine

Seven deadly sins. Where do we begin?


Lyrics submitted by GOLDTOOTH

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