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You Mother Sucks Cocks in Hell is the eightenth song off Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13s fith album 6 Years, 6 Feet Under the Influence. Quite possible the most awesome song recorded! Love the piano! The songs name is taken from a line in the movie the Exorcist when they are fighting the demon.

MERRIN "Let the enemy have no power over her".

KARRAS "And the son of iniquity be powerless to harm her".

REGAN/DEMON "Your mother sucks cocks in hell Karras, you faithless slime"!


LyricsEdit

I heard a story just the other day

A story that I could not believe

A story about your mother

How she goes down on her knees

And the guys downstairs

Say she can do it really well

How does it feel

To know your mother sucks cocks in hell


Oh how you cried

The day that your mother died

She didn't get into heaven

She's down in hell giving slurpees like the 7-11


I know her soul will never rest

Cause she's in hell doing what she does best

Your mother sucks cocks in hell


Your mother sucks cocks in hell

It was a gift from god that she does really well


Your mother sucks cocks in hell

Your mother sucks cocks

Your mother sucks cocks in hell


I'm hearing things, things that I did not know

How your mother could suck a basketball

Through a garden hose

And the guys downstairs

Say she can do it really well

How does it feel

To know your mother sucks cocks in hell

The ExorcistEdit

The Exorcist is a 1973 American horror film, adapted from the 1971 novel of the same name by William Peter Blatty, dealing with the demonic possession of a young girl, and her mother’s desperate attempts to win back her daughter through an exorcism conducted by two priests. The film features Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Max von Sydow, Kitty Winn, Lee J. Cobb, Jason Miller and Mercedes McCambridge. Both the film and novel took inspirations from a documented exorcism in 1949, performed on a 14-year-old boy. The film is one of a cycle of 'demonic child' movies, including The Omen series, Rosemary's Baby and Dorothy Mills.

The film became one of the most profitable horror films of all time, grossing $402,500,000 worldwide. The film earned ten Academy Award nominations—winning two, one for Best Sound and Best Adapted Screenplay, and losing Best Picture to The Sting. Along with the novel on which it was based, Blatty's script has been published several times over the years. The Exorcist was commercially released in the United States by Warner Bros. on December 26, 1973, and re-released on March 17, 2000, with a restored version released on September 22, 2000.

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