You say you feel so ugly because guys fall in love with you
"Nobody falls in lust with me"...
Well look, here's what I'm going to do
I'll take a photograph of you, I'll even let you chose the one
And then I'll take the photograph
And see how long it takes me to...

I'm going to masturbate for you
To make you feel more beautiful
It's the least that I could do
I'd rather this than actually fuck you

You wish you were a cheerleader
A lust object for the pre-teens
"Why does no body want my ass, I mean I am 34D..."
I told you that I'll do this and you seem very happy now
"Can you take pictures of it?" you ask
I'm not sure exactly how...

I'm going to masturbate for you
To make you feel more beautiful
It's the least that I could do
I'd rather this than actually fuck you

Pants down, hand warm, photo, eyeshot
Tissue paper for the cleanup
Fist tight, bite lip, rotate, firm grip
When I'm done I'm expecting the same from you

I'm going to masturbate for you
To make you feel more beautiful
It's the least that I could do
I'd rather this than actually fuck you
Because you're ugly, because you're ugly
"Why does no one want to fuck me?"
Because you're ugly

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