"Helter Skeleton" as written by and Brian Fallon....
See, I know a nurse specialized in the worst
When you're a friend in need, she'll be your friend indeed.
When you can't find your tongue and when your rational weeps,
She says uh, huh, huh.

So why don't you lean on me if you wanna?
Why don't you lean on me for a while?
Since you only get high on the weekends, uh huh.
Why don't you feed on me tonight?

See I know the taste of the spike in your brains
As you crawl to me, a little closer to me.
I guess you're in the place that I used to be baby,
Now it's down to me, so simply down to me.
Oh, but I'm a fool and I fall apart too easily,
But you know me how I love to be with Madame Misery.
Come and visit me, I'm on the 99th floor of apathy.

But still you can lean on me if you wanna.
Why don't you lean on me for a while?
Since you only get high on the weekends, uh huh.
Why don't you feed on me tonight?

She said that there will always be a soft spot in my cardiac arrest.
And I will love you until I die from all of this.
And something tells me I will die alone.

But still you can lean on me if you wanna.
So why don't you lean on me for a while?
Since you only get high on the weekends, uh huh.
Why don't you feed on me tonight?
(See, I know the taste of the spike in your brains
As you crawl to me a little closer to me.)
Why don't you feed on me tonight?
(Oh Madame Misery, come and visit me,
Oh won't you crawl to me, a little closer to me?
Madame Misery, come and visit me,
Oh won't you crawl to me, a little closer to me?)

And baby there will always be a soft spot in my cardiac arrest.
And I will love you 'til I die from all of this, yeah.
And there will always be a soft spot in my cardiac arrest.
And I will love you 'til I die from this.


Lyrics submitted by phatmatt030, edited by xheartbreakerx

"Helter Skeleton" as written by Brian Fallon

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