I worry about your pale eyes
I worry about you're wanting
I worry about the cracking walls
Of this little house we're haunting
The way the snow keeps coming down
The way the wind is hissing
I worry about the frozen skin
On the lips that I've been kissing

Part of you thinks it and part of you don't
Sleeping with the devil ain't right
Well, maybe you'll love me and maybe you won't
You've got until the daylight

Love, love beautiful love
Mother of pain and sorrow
I hate to tell you but your new true love
Will probably be gone tomorrow

Part of you will and part of you won't
Ride this drunken hayride
Well, maybe you'll love me and maybe you won't
You've got until the daylight

It blows, it blows so hard and cold
That cat's claw breaks my skin
And all the loving in our short lives
Is gone with the fucking wind
And may God forgive my bitter heart
And forgive you for your sin
You who swear there ain't no other when
I can smell him on your skin

It's a one-way journey down that one-lane road
and it's a cold and lonesome sleigh ride
Well, maybe you'll love me and maybe you won't
You've got until the daylight

Part of you thinks it and part of you don't
Sleeping with the devil ain't right
Well, maybe you'll love me and maybe you won't
You've got until the daylight


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