You don't believe my hurt for you is real
You want to see me inside your hole
You can't concieve of things unless you feel
You wanna drown me to watch me float
Here I go

Anything you say
I died to be your slave
Always been this way
Alive to be your slave

Waiting to feed, you eat from my submission
Words that you leave is sweetness that rots
You let me breathe and tell me I'm still living
Deep in your mouth swallow all you've got
All you want

Anything you say
I died to be your slave
Always been this way
Alive to be your slave

I am the seed, I pierce, I rip, I christen
But you've never known me, much at all

Facing no fear whenever you want me
Skin without milk, blood without honey
Deepen your pain, whenever you want me
Sin without guilt, pay without money

Anything you say (Facing no fear whenever you want me)
I died to be your slave (Skin without milk, blood without honey)
Always been this way (Deepen your pain, whenever you want me)
Alive to be your slave (Sin without guilt, pay without money)

Anything you say (Facing no fear whenever you want me)
I died to be your slave (Skin without milk, blood without honey)
Always been this way (Deepen your pain, whenever you want me)
Alive to be your slave (Sin without guilt, pay without money)

Anything you say (Facing no fear whenever you want me)
I died to be your slave (Skin without milk, blood without honey)
Always been this way (Deepen your pain, whenever you want me)
Alive to be your slave (Sin without guilt, pay without money)


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