Angelique Hell

Rookie (France)

True Blood


The sun goes down and darkness falls
This is the night it’s time for me
To look for a new prey to chase
No need to go away from me

Don’t be afraid…

Look at me in the eyes
Invite me in your room
I’ll hypnotize your mind
If you won’t…

And you’ll be mine!

I’m looking for true blood
I need it tonight!
Satisfy my thirsty for the night
Let me taste your true blood
I need it tonight!
Satisfy my thirsty for the night
I’ll drink it down
Until the end of the night!

I’ll chase you until the sunrise
I’m looking for a prey tonight
Do you like the game we’re playing?
I’ll chase you forever, all nights

No need to pray…

You make me thirsty
Your blood is so upset!
Please, be my ecstasy
I can’t resist…

Now you are mine!

I’m looking for true blood
I need it tonight!
Satisfy my thirsty for the night
Let me taste your true blood
I need it tonight!
Satisfy my thirsty for the night
I’ll drink it down
Until the end of the night!

Submitted: Friday, May 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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