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When will you kill me?
When will you kill me?
When will you kill me?
I'm not afraid of your
Hot Spanish temper
Your tongue like murder
Suicide bomber
I'm not scared

Don't lock the door?
Lock the door?
Lock you out
Shut me in
You smash my jaw
Break my nose
Knock me out
Suck me in

It was hot enough to kill somebody
And it thought it was going to be me

Dazzling deceiver
You're quick like silver
So sick with fever
How I love you, love you
Just like my brother
Carnival mirror
See myself in you
But I'm not scared

Don't lock the door?
Lock the door?
Lock you out
Shut me in
You smash my jaw
Break my nose
Knock me out
Kick my teeth in

Tell me, when you kill somebody
Do you think you are setting them free?
Not me

Oh, lock the door
Lock the door
Lock you out
Shut me in
You break my jaw
Smash my nose
Knock me out
Kick my teeth in

But I'm not scared



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