Now in this part of town
Got the guns loaded
These stores are closing down
Until the fighting is over

Making love with porcupines
is very, very tricky
I do (emigrate?)
Things got a little bit sticky

And now it's,
All over me,
All over me,
All over me,
All over me.

They took a little chimpanzee
And they filled her with poison
They do the same to you and me
Call it the pleasure revolution
Well i need medicine
To stop me from thinking
I need a human sacrifice
To fill my perscription

Now it's,
All over me,
All over me,
All over me,
All over me.

Sure it says now
Duty fades away
And something else comes to
Take it's place
And the lines on her face
Each one perfectly placed

One day I'll settle down
and I'll try to raise a family
In a little mobile home
By the side of the highway
I'll be a stranger in paradise
Like Christopher Columbus
Well I sure gotta turn around sometimes
I could've used a compass

And now it's,
All over me,
All over me,
All over me,
All over me.


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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