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Artist/Band: Panic! At The Disco
Lyrics for Song: Killer Queen
Lyrics for Album: Other Songs - Panic! At The Disco

She keeps her Moet et Chandon in a pretty cabinet

'Let them eat cake.' she says just like Marie Antoinette

A built-in remedy for Kruschev and Kennedy

At anytime an invitation you can't decline

Caviar and cigarettes,

Well-versed in etiquette,

Extraordinarily nice,

She's a Killer Queen

Gunpowder, gelatin

Dynamite with a laser beam

Guaranteed to blow your mind (anytime)

Ooh, recommended at the price

Insatiable in appetite (Wanna try?)

To avoid complications she never kept the same address

In conversation she spoke just like a baroness

Met a man from China went down to Geisha Minor

(Killer, killer, she's a killer Queen)

But then again incidentally, if you're that way inclined

Perfume came naturally from Paris (naturally)

For cars she couldn't care less

Fastidious and precise

She's a Killer Queen

Gunpowder, gelatin

Dynamite with a laser beam

Guaranteed to blow your mind (anytime)

Album Lyrics: Other Songs - Panic! At The Disco

Panic! At The Disco
"Other Songs - Panic! At The Disco"

1. 3 Little Birds
2. Baby One More Time
3. Back To The Streets
4. Behind The Sea (Alternate Version)
5. Bittersweet
6. Boys Will Be Boys
7. C'mon
8. Collar Full
9. First Try
10. Fueled By Ramen
11. Gangsta Zone
12. I Write Sins Not Tragedies
13. In My Eyes
14. In The Middle Of Summer
15. It's Almost Halloween
16. Kaleidoscope Eyes
17. Karma Police
18. Killer Queen
19. Maneater
20. Mercenary
21. Middle Of Summer
22. New Perspective
23. Nicotine
24. Round Here
25. Round Here (Counting Crows Cover)
26. Shout!
27. Skid Row (Downtown)
28. Slow Motion
29. Tacks For Snacks (Demo Version)
30. The Weight
31. This Is Halloween
32. Tonight, Tonight
33. Valerie
34. White Christmas
35. Why Cry