Hello, boys and girls, and a very merry Christmas to you all. My name is Sinderella. I've been working the streets of this town for too long...

I fuck 'em in the morning and in the afternoon
I fuck 'em in the evening to the light of the moon
I fuck 'em 'til I do bleed
I fuck 'em because there's a need

Well, boys and girls, I guess you could say I was your Christmas crack whore. Ha ha ha!

I fuck 'em in the morning and in the afternoon
I fuck 'em in the evening to the light of the moon
I suck 'em 'til my knees turn blue
I fuck 'em they need me too

My heart's been broken, my heart's bruised
The wheel of fate has me abused
When I was younger my mother died
Now I kneel by her graveside

I think of the kindness, I start to cry
I fuck 'em that's the reason why

I just hope one day I might meet her again
Don't know where and I don't know when
But ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls
It's my only reason to live in this world

Once upon a time I was a nice little girl called Cinderella. I was happy as Larry, but then... well, shit happens. Mom died. My mother was a very beautiful person. She was no common whore. She was expensive. I am probably the daughter of a famous singer whose identity, I swore to mother before she died, I would never reveal. Or at least the daughter of one of his band. Or road crew. Or maybe audience.

I fuck 'em in the morning and in the afternoon...

Anyway, mama was doing quite well. The social workers hadn't managed to put me in a home. Some of my uncles were quite nice. They only beat mama up when she didn't earn enough money. But as I said: mama was a classy lady. She spent most of her time horizontal. Fuck them! You know what I'm saying?

I fuck 'em in the morning and in the afternoon...

I fuck 'em! Yeah, that's what I say!
Fuck 'em! I talk the talk and do the deed.
Fuck 'em! Yeah.


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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