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Eat Me


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Eat Me
© 2012, John Macchietto

Verse 1: I told my wife to "eat me"
But I didn't think she'd do it.
Once thought she would complete me
So why'd she go and do it?

There's a hole now in my chest
And it's not a broken heart
There's a missing piece of flesh
My God her teeth were sharp.

Chorus: So Honey, why'd ja go and chew my chest off?
Don't you know that it was quite attached to me?
But your claim of self-defense --
Makes not one bit of sense --
So why'd ja go and take a bite of me?

Verse 2: I know now we've had problems
The neighbors knew it too
They could see that it was comin'
But I sure had no clue.

We use to be so happy
Never knew how much you lied
'Cause if I saw right through you
That cannibal inside.

Chorus: So Honey, why'd a go and chew my chest off?
Don't you know that it was quite attached to me?
But your claim of self-defense --
Makes not one bit of sense --
So why'd ja go and take a bite of me?

(Instrumental)

Verse 3: Lookin' back I'm hopin'
That we'll get back to our lives
Your decisions, I'll respect 'em
You've helped me realize --

From the moment one says "I do"
One should never second guess
'Cause a woman who you think loves you
Might bite you in the chest.

Chorus: So Honey, why'd a go and chew my chest off?
Don't you know that it was quite attached to me?
But your claim of self-defense --
Makes not one bit of sense --
So why'd ja go and take a bite of me?

But your claim of self-defense --
Makes not one bit of sense --
So why'd ja go and take a bite of me?



Lyric Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
Music Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
Producer Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
Publisher Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
Performance Credits: John Gerard Macchietto
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Short Song Description:
A humorous country song about domestic violence.
Long Song Description:
This is a country song with a traditional country beat with steel guitar. The content is a bit bizarre but certainly funny and in good taste.
Story Behind the Song:
This song stemmed from a friend of mine whose parents' story was pretty disturbing. Sometimes we need to laugh to cope with our reality.



Song Length: 4:09
Primary Genre: Unique-Comedy
Secondary Genre: Country-Traditional
Tempo / Feel: Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Comedy, Funny
Subject Matter 2: Bad Love
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later