Melanie Pain — Black Widow lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "Black Widow" by Melanie Pain.

Lyrics

On the top of the roof he sets his sights,
In the morning light he waits to strike,
Looking for the man with the two-tone shoes.
In the empty street that you left last
Down in your hall into his address
The cameras flash for the front page news
Just for today I like my dreams to be real
And when the liars rip the wheel
Ill keep my smile under the fade
Don’t you worry 'bout your funeral, baby,
I felt like nothing when you left these arms
Don’t you worry 'bout your funeral, baby,
I’ve got a coffin with your name in flowers.
Been called a black widow all the time
Don’t matter with a heart as cold as mine.
With a red-haired dancer on his lap
He’s driving himself to a heart attack
Up the road awaits the death proof car
Last thing he sees is a silhouette
And the glowing ember of a cigarette
She breaks the glass as he breaths his last
Just for today I like my dreams to be real
And when the liars rip the wheel
Ill keep my smile under the fade
Don’t you worry 'bout your funeral, baby,
I’ve got a coffin with your name in flowers.
Don’t you worry 'bout your funeral, baby,
I’ve got a coffin with your name in flowers.
Been called a black widow all the time
Don’t matter with a heart as cold as mine.
Don’t you worry 'bout your funeral, baby,
I’ve got a coffin with your name in flowers
Don’t you worry 'bout your funeral, baby,
I’ve got a coffin with your name in flowers
Been called a black widow all the time
Don’t matter with a heart as cold as mine.