I want a brand new toy
Cos this one is broken
I want a brand new toy
This one is choking me

Zipper catches skin
Elevator goes down
You are my favourite sin
In your river I drown

Hey girl what you're doin' tonight
Shall I come over and break your heart...

All over this town
My reputation has failed
But if you carry a cross now baby
I guess you’re gonna get nailed

You stick a knife in my heart
Every time I feel your sweet caress
I’m on my knees to the blessed virgin
Every time that you lift your dress

Hey girl what you're doin' tonight
She'll have to go home and break your heart...

I want a brand new toy

Zipper catches skin
Elevator goes down
You are my favourite sin
In your river I...

Hey girl what you're doin' tonight
Shall I come over and break your heart?

With my brand new toy
I want a brand new toy
You be my brand new toy
I'll be your brand new toy

Lyrics submitted by Purplestardust

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