"Blood & Wine" as written by and Dustin Michael Kensrue....
I've been with Sally and I've been with Sue
I've been with Cindy and her sister too
Now I'm tryin' to settle down
Start a family with that cute little Kim
Oh, now that I've tasted blood, now this wine tastes too thin

I've got a needle, don't be alarmed
It shoots streams of lovely things into my arm
Well, I'd sell my own mother for that sweet heroin
Oh, now that I've tasted blood, now this wine seems too thin

Sometimes the white coats they hide black hearts
We've learned to sugar coat the same black guards
Well, I turn lead into gold, I'll cure original sin
Oh, now that I've tasted blood, now this wine seems too thin

Oh, well I walked in the bank and I pulled out my gun
You should've seen those people scream and run
I used to make an honest buck, how can I go back to that again?
Oh, now that I've tasted blood, now this wine seems too thin
Oh, now that I've tasted blood, now this wine seems too thin
Oh, now that I've tasted blood, now this wine seems too thin



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"Blood & Wine" as written by Dustin Michael Kensrue

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