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As She Sweetly Hums lyrics

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The Olympics – As She Sweetly Hums lyrics

She cut his throat and took off that day
The blood on her coat washed all away
She’s a murdering girl and she stuck him real good that’s for sure
She broke the law- separated his lungs
Lay on the floor as she sweetly hums
Singing “kill kill kill”, these are the words in my head

Ahhh(girls(x2))
Ahhh(everyone(x4))

Well I stuck my head up in the clouds just to see what I could see
I was weightless, I found the Lord and the good man set me free
Well I came back down just to see you frown on your porch in the month of
July
I was weightless, I found the Lord and the good man made me cry

Ahhh(everyone(x4))

She cut his throat and took off that day
The blood on her coat washed all away
She’s a murdering girl and she got him real good that’s for sure



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