The sky went dark
When from the park
Came gasps of agony.
A common pin,
It did him in,
Was dipped in QRV.

On the left bank
She quickly sank
Into depravity.
She later died
Of suicide
From drinking QRV.

They found him dead
Upon his bed
Contorted horribly
His breath was still
His lungs were filled
With fumes of QRV

With grief her life
Was strangely rife
Her children died at sea
In failing health
She sank her wealth
In shares of QRV

With carving knives
They lost their lives,
Sent to eternity.
Who would suspect
A local sect
That pedalled QRV

While skipping past
A rail too fast
They perished clumsily.
What did they do
But fall into
A vat of QRV.

Among the dead
Were listless Ned,
Aunt Glou Glou,
Lady Twee,
The Woolly Flames,
And Little James,
Done in by QRV.

Who once was pretty,
Gay and witty,
A spirit wild and free,
Now lies half dead
Across the bed,
A slave to QRV.

One day she wrote
A farewell note
She wanted to be free
They found her stripped
Within her crypt
Done in by QRV

Ask not for whom
Was raised this tomb
Which stands above the sea,
But know inside
Lies one who died
From taking QRV.


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

QRV song meanings
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