I came in alone in the middle of the night.
No one was around so the mood was just right.
I got you up. It took me awhile.
My clothes are all muddy and you smelling vile.
Touching your eyes even though they are closed.
Don’t mind you being still, as I rip off your clothes.
Kissing your lips as they’re rotting away.
I’ll never forget the way they looked that day.
I don’t mind the maggots, and I don’t mind the worms.
I don’t mind the cold, and I don’t mind the germs.
Don’t mind the webs, and I don’t mind the dirt.
This time when I put it in I promise it won’t hurt.
Yeah my fingers in your hair like bugs caught in a web.
I remember the way that I bled you in the bed.
I finger the hole that I left in your side.
Felt warmer the day that you died.
And I don’t mind the maggots, and I don’t mind the worms!
Don’t mind the webs and I don’t mind the dirt!
Shouldn’t have broken my heart, that’s why I stabbed yours.
Didn’t want you to leave so I buried you under the floor.
They blamed the other boy for doing the crime.
I’m free to walk the streets, he’s doing the time.
Took everything and I took it back.
He’s put away now and now I have you back.
Stealing your body we’ll be together always.
As I grow older and your body decays.
Remember watching you from a far.
Always knowing what your doing, and knowing where you are.
I’ll light another cigarette when I am done.
But I’m not finished yet, I’m having way too much fun.
You can’t regret me now you can never say no.
You have not much to say and there’s no where to go.
Now I know how truly to love.
I hope your watching me from up above…
Lyrics by Riggz
Music by Riggz (Guitar/Vocals), Cow (Drums), Scags (Bass)
Produced & Recorded at Premier Studios, Time Square NYC in 2012
Engineered & Mixed by Kevin Geigel
Released on CD – April 2013
Quite simply, Riggz set out to write the most horrific horror love song he could possibly come up with. And he did! For the instrument writing, we wanted to really set a mood! In the process, we created a vintage surf / vintage big band / retro punk rock sound that’s quite unique.
Huge credit goes to Kevin Geigel (Engineering & Mixing), as when we asked him for a seriously creepy voice, he sprung the “Buffalo Bill” sound on us.