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Back in Blackula is the ninth song song off Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13s third album Songs from the Recently Deceased. Kind of a spin-off from Ac/dcs song "Back in Black"

LyricsEdit

(Spoken: Ladies & Gentlemen, Boys & Girls)

Well I drink your blood

I'm black and beautiful

and I fly through the night

so bad and superfly

and I don't give a fuck

your blood I'm gonna suck

you can't resist from me

I'm gonna bite the vein that feeds because


I'm back

yes I'm black

yes I'm back

yes I'm back in Blacula

I'm back

yeah and I'm black

yes I'm back

yes I'm back in Blacula


well I'm an evil fiend back from the seventy's

Vampire out of control, with a badass afro

yeah through the day I sleep

at night I stalk and creep

your blood I want to drink

I want you to give it all to me because


I'm back

yes I'm black

and I'm back

yes I'm back in Blacula

I'm back

yes I'm back

yeah and I'm black

yes I'm back

SOLO

Because I'm back

yes I'm back

yeah and I'm black

yes I'm back in Blacula

I'm back

yes I'm back

yes I'm back

yes I'm back!!


BlackulaEdit

Blacula is a 1972 blaxploitation horror film produced for American International Pictures. It was directed by William Crain and stars William Marshall in the title role. The film deals with the character of Mamuwalde, an African prince transformed into a vampire and then imprisoned in a sealed coffin by Count Dracula, only to find himself released in the 1970s. Blacula was the first film to win the "Best Horror Film" award at the 1972 Saturn Awards.

A sequel, Scream Blacula Scream, was released in 1973, in which Marshall resumed his role as Blacula/Mamuwalde.

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