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Calling all game killers this is a warning we're going hunting
Snakecharmer's out
Calling all game killers this is a warning we're going hunting
Snakecharmer's out (snakecharmer's out)

It's a shame when you should know better than to see yourself in me
So why's the picture so washed out my sweet friend, you're the only one
Left out

You're full of venom so stop biting and I'll bite my tongue (I'll bite my
Tongue)

Yeah they'll sing all your praises (whooo! )

And I know that you're just made of paper and a joke to tell my friend
So why's the picture warped and bad? my lost child imitation's nice and sad

You're full of venom so stop biting and I'll bite my tongue (I'll bite my
Tongue)

Yeah they'll sing all your praises
You're just a deadbeat so stop lying and I'll bite my tongue

Is there an echo in here? is there an echo, echo

Calling all game killers snakecharmer's out (snakecharmer's out) (whooo! )

You're full of venom so stop biting and I'll bite my tongue (I'll bite my
Tongue)

Yeah they'll sing all your praises
You're just a deadbeat so STOP LYING! STOP LYING! STOP LYING!



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    And i know that you're just made of paper and a joke to tell my friend
    so why's the picture warped and bad? My lost child imitation's nice and sad

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