“Murdered Out” – Kim Gordon [YouTube Audio Single]

LYRICS

Kim Gordon “Murdered Out” Lyrics

Turn me on
Turn me on
Will you get, will you get, get lost
Turn me on

Murdered out of my heart
Covered in black matte spray
Will you see when I’m not there
Black matte spray
I’m [?], don’t [?] You didn’t even know [?] Yeah, will you get black matte spray
Will you get to the parking lot
Murdered out of my heart

Turn me on
Turn me on
Will you get, will you get, get lost
Turn me on
You get lost [?]

You’re the one who said
Don’t turn away
Pull the trigger, hey hey
Black matte spray
Deep inside my [?] [?] [?] for the bottom
Secondhand smoke never goes away
Black matte spray
Hey, will you get to the parking lot

Turn me on
Turn me on
Will you get, will you get, get lost
Turn me on

You get lost [?] [?] my way
Murdered out of my heart
Black matte spray

Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon has shared a heavy new song titled “Murdered Out.” Listen to it above, courtesy of Matador Records’ YouTube.

Following Sonic Youth’s split in 2011, Gordon has been involved in projects including Body/Head and Glitterbust. “Murdered Out” is actually the first solo single in Gordon’s career. In a press release, Kim explained how the song was inspired by the car scene in Los Angeles:

When I moved back to LA I noticed more and more cars painted with black matte spray, tinted windows, blackened logos, and black wheels. This was something I had occasionally seen in the past, part of low-rider car culture. A reclaiming of a corporate symbol of American success, The Car, from an outsider’s point of view. A statement-making rejection of the shiny brand new look, the idea of a new start, the promise of power, and the freedom on the open road. Like an option on a voting ballot, “none of the above.”

For the song, Kim collaborated with Warpaint drummer Stella Mozgawa and producer Justin Raisen. “Murdered Out” features a slinky bassline and hypnotizing drum beats under Kim’s seductive vocals, adding an industrial feel to the song.

Kim Gordon “Murdered Out” single cover art

Source: Matador Records YouTube