"Death Of A Drag Queen" as written by Joe Mazzola, Mark P Dombroski, Timothy Rygiel and Michael Cross....
In Heaven and made up she felt so cold
The thing she wanted was not hers to own
Somebody take me home
Somebody take me home

One day she stole him into her dreams
Now behold it a love supreme
Here is a human in unusual form
And finds a mans man
And now love adorns

Here comes the death of a drag queen
The death of a drag queen
Pursed and tragic fully obscene
Funs her man up the lumberjack queen

While someone sits at home
While someone is alone
While someone sits at home
While someone is alone
Death of a drag queen

With my murder style it will bring him home, home
Dried blood on make up
And her skin all torn
A resurrection smile
Is the last thing she wore
She ain't never goin' home
Death of a drag queen
(Evil dances to the sound of a Bossa Nova beat)

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"The Death of a Drag Queen" as written by Mark P Dombroski Joe Mazzola

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    General Commenta transvestite falls in love with a man and never tells him she's a he. when he finds out, he freaks out and kills her, and at home her family is waiting for her, but she never comes home. it reminds me of a few television episodes i've seen, like this one from alley mcbeal where a transvestite says he just wants to die pretty and when he does they go into the morgue and put make up on her.
    Sapphiredemonon March 06, 2005   Link

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