Relationships are in the pits and nothin's goin' right
I'll take a trip to the graveyard and I'll pick out a site
A fresh new grave, a corpse I crave, I'll dig her up tonight
She won't scream or cuss or raise a fuss and we won't ever fight

I know the chances were so slim for you and I to date
But I think I'd for mortality, now you can me my mate
I know that you been dead awhile, I honestly don't mind
'Cause you still have that tender smile, you always been so kind

Heeeeyyy
eeeeeyyy
eeeeeyyy
eeeeeyyy!

Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
But I just dont understand why a
Dead girl's gotta be the one true love for me
I'm a corpse grindin' man

I'll dress you in that lingerie that I bought for myself
I'll paint you in the makeup that's been sittin' on my shelf
And you and I will have a ball, I swear to God it's true
'Cause baby, you were meant for me and I was meant for you

Heeeeyyy
eeeeeyyy
eeeeeyyy
eeeeeyyy!

Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
But I just dont understand why a
Dead girl's gotta be the one true love for me
I'm a corpse grindin' man

("You know I've never made it in a coffin before.")

Be dead for me, my baby
Be dead for me, my baby
Be dead for me, my baby
Oh baby, you're breakin' my heart

Be dead for me, my baby (BE DEAD BE DEAD)
Be dead for me, my baby
Be dead for me, my baby
Oh baby, to death do we start

Skin it has to fray, and there's pus oozing out your eyes
But that doesn't bother me 'cause you won't ever tell me lies
Relationships I've had in the jobs have messed me up for good
But I know you'll never leave me baby
Even if you could

Nooooooo
(Nooooooo)
(Nooooooo)
(Nooooooo)

Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
But I just dont understand why a
Dead girl's gotta be the one true love for me
I'm a corpse grindin' man

Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy

Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy

Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy

Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I'm a corpse, I'm a corpse)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I'm a corpse grindin' man)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I'm a corpse, I'm a corpse)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I'm a corpse grindin' man)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I like it wet, I like it slimy)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I like it dead, I like it grimy)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I like it cold, I like it furry)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I like it small, and in no hurry)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I like it dead, I like it dead)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I like it dead, I like it dead)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I like it dead, I like it dead)
Cold and wet and dirty, you're lookin' might purdy
(I like it dead, I like it dead)



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