There's two things I like, REALLY like.
One's kicking migs, the other's thumping birds.

First I'm gonna kill 'em all
Then I'm gonna fuck you
Oh baby, I wanna fuck you up the ass

I'm gonna gamble
I'm gonna fuck you
Oh baby, I wanna fuck you up the ass

Oh boy

Tonight I'm gonna do your brain
I'm gonna kill you in
Oh baby, I wanna fuck you up the ass

I'm gonna gamble
I'm gonna fuck you
Oh baby, I wanna fuck you up the ass

First I'm gonna kill 'em all
Then I'm gonna fuck you
Oh baby, I wanna fuck you up the ass

I'm gonna gamble
I'm gonna fuck you
Oh baby, I wanna fuck you up the ass

Oh fuck

(laughter to fade)


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