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The Dear Hunter – He Said He Had A Story lyrics
There was a silver circle sign
And she was standing at the door
We pressed our way right through the crowd
Our pace was quickened to her floor
There was a single feigning light
And there was silk all on the walls
She had a lot of love to give
I was prepared to take it all
(But what did she do next?)

She had disrobed and she was
Waiting on the floor
She asked me what it was I want
I thought that I wanted it all
(What did you say?)
I said stand up and move your body to the bed
She quickly stood and slowly turned
And here's exactly what she said ...

"Please be soft and sweet to me
This life has not been good, you see
It's hard with such a history
Buried in misery"

(And what did you do next?)

I broke a smile, reminding that I paid
Her well. Her lips returned, and then I felt
Her hands unbuckling my belt

(So was it good?)

It felt like heaven but I'm sure she was in
Hell. I made it clear that I'd get my money's
Worth out of the goods she sells

Break and bind yourself to me
Deliver what you sold you see that
I will only take from you
And use it up. I'll use you up
What was your name?

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