The Sound of the Strumpet

Malleus Daemonum. The irony. I knew before being informed.

The Sound of the Strumpet

Pay the ferryman
You’re only on the clock
He brings up pretty gifts
For exchange of a blow or a hand…

But as long as you take a bath later
Wash of the same filth you’ve taken
Travel to Paris, to Amsterdam
Travel to his room and upzip those pants.

Let the client pay
Do you charge by the hour?
He makes up your livings
In exchange of a piece of that pus… and that ass.

But as long as you take a bath later
You don’t mind haven’t had a golden shower
Travel to Italy, to Buckingham
Travel to his room and unzip those pants.

Surround yourself with those who make you feel pretty
Surround yourself with those who make you feel wanted
Fill up that gap, with the toys, and the fingers, and any random dicks
It’s all in good faith as long as you get paid of it…
Friends with benefits!

You don’t call them your friends
You call them your acquaintances
I call them your clients
For you surely lie in bed with them.

Travel expenses paid
And you like to explore the world
You’re not taking advantage, no
They want to do this for you, girl.

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