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​Vengeance

This song is by Abney Park and appears on the album Abney Park (1998) and on the album Cemetary Number 1 (2001).

I can feel your life, like a fragile thing I will call my own
If I squeeze real tight I can feel right through your neck and bone
I think I have the right--for your sins you know you must atone
I can feel your life, like a fragile thing I will call my own

If I took my vengeance now, if I come into your home
Do you think it would haunt my soul & no one could condone?
Would my actions falter? Would my conscience overrule?
Would I get more pleasure with my hands or with a tool?

Tell me something

It was my torture and it was your gain
It was your pleasure and it was my pain
And now I'm left out in the cold

At first I bent & then I cracked
While you made plans behind my back
I'm sure you think it was clever

I can feel your life like a fragile thing I will call my own
If I squeeze real tight I can feel right through your neck & bone
I think I have the right for your sins you know you must atone
I can feel your life like a fragile thing I will call my own

It was my torture & it was your gain
It was your pleasure & it was my pain
Now I'm left out in the cold

At first I bent & then I cracked
While you made plans behind my back
I'm sure you think it was clever

I can feel your life, like a fragile thing I will can call my own
And if I squeeze real tight I can feel right through your neck & bone
I think I have the right--for your sins you know you must atone
I can feel your life, like a fragile thing I will call my own

Written by:

Robert Brown