- For Teachers
Hello! Please, check my goofy song lyrics for grammar accuracy :
Watching horror films until the midnight all alone
Looking as the flesh and skin are separating out from bones
I love the scenes of violence, I'm mad about the blood
I want it squirting out of bodies torn apart
I've watched the martyrs slaughtered by the killer's blade
They looked like stuffing on a plate
I'm the bloodhound forever
I'm the bloodhound to the bone
Glimmer of a blade and blood is splashing on the screen
Cut off heads, the bleeding dead - nothing from what I've never seen
I've watched a thousand times "A Nigtmare On Elm Street"
I've watched my coevals scream of torture, cry and bleed
I’ve seen the hungry corpses rising from the dead
And once again the screen paints red
Thanks, great thanks! ))))
And may I say: "Until it's midnight"?
"Coevals" - I meant people the same age as me. The word was found in a dicitionary. Is it something wrong with it?