I hear those voices from a radio
I switched it off because she told me so
She's an investigator, she's like an elevator
Nobody told me we'd be all alone

You know, somewhere my friend had left me in that red light zone, you know
She said, I've seen your deepest secrets now
They're just as lightning in the look of your eyes

I said, I want you baby, I said, I want some more
I said, I never ever felt it like that moment before
She's an assassin, she's melting steel in my heart
But I long for more

She said, I want your body, she said, I want your soul
She said, a fallen angel takes it and she'll never let go
She's an invader, she's from another world
But I beg for more and more

She's raising feelings cutting like a knife
She's pouring fire into my liquid life
There's no escaping from her mysteries
She gives me kisses of the strangest kind, she says

I know you'll like it, so come over here, she says
And let that rhythm filter through your body, dear
And then she
She always did it and she always will
She'll stay a hunter till the end of time (she'll stay a hunter till the end of time)

I said, I want you baby, I said, I want some more
I said, I never ever felt it like that moment before
She's an assassin, she's melting steel in my heart
But I long for more

She said, I want your body, she said, I want your soul
She said, a fallen angel takes it and she'll never let go
She's an invader, she's from another world
But I beg for more and more

I said, I want you baby, I said, I want some more
I said, I never ever felt it like that moment before
She's an assassin, she's melting steel in my heart

In my heart
In my heart
In my, in my, in my heart

In my heart, in my heart, in my heart
I said I want you baby, in my heart, never ever felt it, in my heart


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    The singer sounds like David Bowie in this song. Cool.

    destructingparabola1on March 18, 2011   Link

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