A Body Forged in Hell

A Body Forged In Hell

On a thin ribbon of road… Between Hells Backbone and Elko

On a dark moonless night… Flashed dim emergency lights

 That was the night… Destiny changed my life

A black Mustang hood up… I was instantly in love

…I could see she was no Angel… With a body forged in hell…

One red hot tamale… That was smiling at me

She didn’t say word one… She just pulled out a gun

And sent that black Mustang… To a bullet riddled grave

She shot the hood, door and fender… Pointed at me and said surrender

…I could see she was no Angel… With a body forged in hell…

She climbed in and scooted over… Blew smoke from the barrel

Then she reloaded and laughed… Put the gun in her lap

Said I’m known by the police… As destiny from Albuquerque

I’ve spent time in the penitentiary… And I know how to please

…I could see she was no Angel… With a body forged in hell…

She said you only live once… Let’s have a little fun

Then we made love in my truck… Like we couldn’t get enough

We held up a small casino…  In a hell hole called Montello

She said there are no rules… When you’re in sin school

…I could see she was no Angel… With a body forged in hell…

At the Almo Outpost Inn… The state troopers busted in

While we were making love… Like we couldn’t get enough

…They could see she was no Angel… With a body forged in hell…







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