"Butterfly" as written by and Tori Ellen Amos....
Stinky soul get a little lost in my own
Hey General, need a little love in that hole of yours
One ways, now, and Saturdays and our kittens all wrapped in cement
From cradle to gundrops
Got me running girl fast as I can
And is it right Butterfly they like you better framed and dried

Daddy dear if I can kill one man why not two
Well, nurses smile when you got iron veins
You can't stain their pretty shoes and pom poms and cherry blondes
And their kittens still wrapped in cement
From God's saviors to gundrops
Got me running girl as fast as I can
And is it right Butterfly they like you better framed and dried

Got a pretty pretty garden pretty garden yes
Got me a pretty pretty garden a pretty garden yes
Got me a pretty pretty garden a pretty garden


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"Butterfly" as written by Tori Ellen Amos

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    General Comment"Well, nurses smile when you've got iron veins"

    The girls like it when you act tough. Everyone likes a real G.I. Joe.


    "You can't stain their pretty shoes"

    Not heterosexual enough for you. You may have the same blood running through your veins as everyone else, but that's not enough to pass. You must instead "pass".
    grelingon March 18, 2007   Link

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