Southwest Voodoo

Voodoo, runnin' from my magic

Brain insane, ??????
Southwest voodoo's in the haugh!
Wicked voodoo, dope dark killer
Magic, dark magic

Met this kid named Louie Lou
He thought he could fuck with this voodoo
So I turned his head into a lima bean
And then flicked it off his shoulders

From Mookan House to Shangra La
Egyptian Pharaoh, coompata
Follow me, and join us as we pray
To the seventeen moons of Coonga Del Ray

Walked in the lunchroom chantin' spells
With bamboo bitches and voodoo bells
Got my own food, who wants some?
I got possum nipples and raccoon tongue

A non-believer once started to laugh
So I launched a fireball up his punk-ass
Then everybody heard him squeal
"This voodoo shit's for real!"
It just takes...

A handful of neden, a wing from a bat
A tongue from a snake, a tail from a rat
A neck from a chicken, an eye from a crow
And a little itty bitty little drip of Faygo

(2x)
Brain insane, ?????????
Southwest voodoo's in the haugh!
Wicked voodoo, dope dark killer
Magic, dark magic

Crypt on Verner on a windy night
You see voodoo scribblings in the moonlight
Painted all on the city street
It's the ancient craft of gang bangin
Hey! J! What's in the bag?

A shrunken head, and shriveled scrotum sac
Why? Ya think voodoo's fake?
Come to the graveyard, I'll make the dead wake

"Raise, raise, shooga-boom ba.
Sleep no longer, raise, quick
Raise, raise, shooga-boom ba,
Leave us alone, you fuckin' punk bitch!"


Well, fuck it, I ain't that good yet
But one day you can bet I'm a freak
We'll make the whole world dance with the dead
And just like my homey said
It only takes...


Voodoo running from my magic (3x)
I'll make a voodoo doll out of ya and flick your nuts


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Southwest Voodoo Lyrics as written by Joseph Bruce Jason Richard Hunter

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    its to everyone who dont believe in the craft

    xEffulxxon June 23, 2008   Link

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