The devil walked down the streets of Arizona.
The sky gaze upon him with cold indifference.
The death met him down with a greeting of belladonna
He smirked with blood - stained teeth glistening.

Whiskey in hand and smoke in his eyes
Pupils dilated watch as people walked by
Polystyrene minds and plastic hearts
Sex and hunger and love and war.

Roast colored walls and painted orgasms
The devil walked by the beach of Arizona
Naïve girls with mindless lives
Gazing straight to the deep city lights.

Marble hearts and pillow bones
Flesh and blood, red and gold,
Black and white they live they go
They build them all to fit in the mold.