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Your eyes look just like bullet holes
It must be all that crying
You haven't learned a thing at all
Another helter-skelter
Moonlight has come and gone
The bloody writings on the wall

Chloroform girl, how have you been?
Don't let me catch you sleeping again
You're only alive because I like you
It's been three years since you've seen the sunlight
But I know, you're having fun
Bound, gagged and chained up in my basement

You look just like a zombie
Inches from dead and pretty
With purple flowers in your hair
I hear the angels crying
Just as the devil smiles
All little pigs will die tonight

Chloroform girl, how have you been?
Don't let me catch you sleeping again
You're only alive because I like you
It's been three years since you've seen the sunlight
But I know, you're having fun
Bound, gagged and chained up in my basement

I hear the devil singing the most haunting melodies
I've got this overwhelming feeling of morbid ecstasy
Coming over me

Chloroform girl, how have you been?
Don't let me catch you sleeping again
You're only alive because I like you
(Because I like you)
It's been three years since you've seen the sunlight
But I know, you're having fun
Bound, gagged and chained up in my basement
Chloroform girl



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