I´ll crash your fucking party
And I don´t know for what
I ate your awesome chili
Now you deal with my smelly butt

We´ll spend the whole night talking
Dictate what you will hear
But then I start to quiver
In the name of a fucking beer

Ashes to ashes
Dust to dust
Consciousness dying
Unrelentless turbo rage

This is your nightmare
And I´ll do my best
This is your nightmare
I´m a fucking pest
This is your nightmare
Unexpected Guest
I am your nightmare
Am your nightmare, am your nightmare

You thought you all would have fun
But then I came along
You thought I was your buddy
Now I´ve proved everybody wrong

Ashes to ashes
Dust to dust
Your house is rubble
And your girlfriend felt my lust

This is your nightmare
And I´ll do my best
This is your nightmare
I´m a fucking pest
This is your nightmare
Unexpected Guest
I am your nightmare
Am your nightmare, am your nightmare

I´ll crash your fucking party
And I don´t know for what
I ate your awesome chili
Now you deal with my smelly butt

Ashes to ashes
Dust to dust
Your house is rubble
And your girlfriend felt my lust

This is your nightmare
And I´ll do my best
This is your nightmare
I´m a fucking pest
This is your nightmare
Unexpected Guest
I am your nightmare
Am your nightmare, am your nightmare
This is your nightmare
And I´ll do my best

This is your nightmare
I´m a fucking pest
This is your nightmare
Unexpected Guest
I am your nightmare
Am your nightmare, am your nightmare


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