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You know it's hard

You know it's my gun

There's a killer on the street
She's moving from house to house
There's a murder over there
He's bleedin' from heart to mouth

One time where you're hiding's when she met ya
Two times she knows you won't forget her
Three times do anything to fuck her
Last time ya dead before the morning


One time
Two times


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Murder Lyrics as written by Scott Kirkland Ken Jordan

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    I discovered this song late one night while i was watching videos on VH1 or MTV. The Video is pretty creepy but cool. This is a great techno song.

    mjastarleton July 13, 2002   Link
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    "You know it's my gun" means, he knows what he's doing with this girl is going to get him deep-sixed in one way or another. Can't resist though points and laughs at songwriter

    Bodesteron June 08, 2004   Link
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    Awesome song. And oddly enough, a great song to get you awake and ready. Though the lyrics are depressing, the beat and entire vibe is strangely upbeat. Ah, that's techno for ya. Anyway, like I said good song.

    JamiesCryingon July 01, 2004   Link
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    you know it's hard you know it's murder

    Dj Laceon June 16, 2006   Link
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    its "you know it's murder" you fuckin idiot who posted these lyrics

    RandomOckon August 17, 2006   Link

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