I wanna be your slave
push me to the ground
tie me up, abuse me
torture chamber bound
tie me up to the rack
come on, come on
give me one more lash, slave

push me to the floor
and watch me grovel
in chains, i'm flesh with cigarettes
human ashtray of discontent, slave
i wanna be your slave

i wanna be your slave
you can be my whore
just treat me cruel
i'll even lick the floors
stilletto heels walk over me
the leather lash i wanna feel, slave
i wanna be your slave

she's the queen of domination
she's the bitch of damnation
spinning faster
on the wheel of torture
going faster to the slaughter

i wanna be your slave
i'll be your pony boy
i'll do all your chores
i'll be your whipped up toy
tie my hands behind my back
bind me tighter
in the leather back, slave
i wanna be your slave

thigh length boots, stilletto
rubber clad
you're the bitch that thrills
i'm your toy to abuse
treat me rough
and light the fuse, slave
i wanna be your slave

i wanna be your slave
push me to the ground
tie me up, abuse me
torture chamber bound
chain me up to the rack
come on, come on
give me one more lash, slave
i wanna be your slave

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    A little obvious, I

    HorrorDollon May 30, 2005   Link

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