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I thought of you in blue and red
I thought of you when you were playing
I thought of you in my bed
You were there, bound and chained

I thought of you there next to me
wearing your pretty face
I thought of everything you could be
Sleeping in the devil's bed

I looked at you when lights were low
and I payed for what I had
I looked at you way down below
till I felt I was going mad

I think of you when I tell myself
and the fever rises high
I think of you and I get what's comin'
Sleeping in the devil's bed

[For the version on the "Until The End of the World" soundtrack,
these 'extra' lyrics were included here: ]

I thought of you up there on the ladder
I thought of you when I heard the news
I thought of you and it didn't matter -
If I accepted, you'll refuse

I wanted you and I wanted more
I wanted everything
I wanted what I couldn't get (give?)
Sleeping in the devil's bed
In the devil's bed

I woke up in the steady rain
I woke up when you said
It's late and I'm feeling heavy,
could you hold my aching head...

I found myself tangled in wire
I found you there in my dream
I found you in desire
You had left the devil's bed
You had left the devil's bed

You had left the devil's bed



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