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This song is by Inkubus Sukkubus and appears on the album Wild (1999).

Hold my heart in your cold clenched fist, and squeeze until you bleed me dry.
Take what you will of my life force, and leave the pain behind.
You would take it all from me, and only leave my suffering.
Why not take my hope, you demon, you are welcome to that now.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, you my crying.
You my daybreak, you my sunset.
You my living, you my dying.

Twist the threads much tighter, and to you my last breath will belong.
You will know my broken form will honour you forevermore.
I would give my life to you, my dreams, my talents are forgotten.
What a trophy to inscribe beside the ones who've gone before.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, you my crying.
You my daybreak, you my sunset.
You my living, you're my dying.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, you my crying.
You my daybreak, you my sunset.
You my living, you're my dying.

Lace your kiss with cyanide, and plant it when I contradict you.
Razor-sharp are fingernails that trace a line to yielding pulse.
Shower me with useless gifts, I'll drown in insincerity.
Lover, take your love away and use it on yourself.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, you my crying.
You my daybreak, you my sunset.
You my living, you're my dying.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, and my crying.
You my daybreak, you my sunset.
You my living, you're my dying.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, and my crying.
You my daybreak, you my sunset.
You my living, you're my dying.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, you my crying.
You my daybreak, you my sunset.
You my living, you're my dying.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, you my crying.
You my daybreak, you my sunset.
You're my living, and my dying.

You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, and my crying.
You're my daybreak, you my sunset.
You're my living, you're my dying.


You my idol, you my teacher.
You my laughter, you my crying.
You're my daybreak, you my sunset.
You're my living, you're my dying.