Your Presence Is Suffocating

You know you're killing me,

That short dress and long hair,

I kinda think it'd be rude not to stare,

I die slowly,

I die slowly.


And tonight, let's embrace death.

Because you're beauty is my poison,

I suffocate in your presence,

The shortening of my breath,

Shortening of my breath.


Sink your teeth in deep,

And I'll enjoy your venom,

I can feel you running through my veins,

Just put me to sleep,

Put me to sleep.


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