Cold Hard Bitch
by Jet

Album: Get Born (2004)
Charted: 34 55
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  • This song is about a girl the singer wants for sex. He's not interested in talking to her or holding hands, and he implies that he's frustrated because he performed oral sex on her that was not reciprocated.
  • This was used in first episode of season 4 of Alias in a scene where CIA agents are giving chase down a Hong Kong street. Jet was not well known in America at the time and this appearance helped give them exposure there. >>
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    Stephanie - Moore, OK

Comments: 2

  • Aimee from Taneytown, MarylandThis is on my list of songs I'd strip to (if I was a stripper of course)
  • Erik from Brownwood , Txi love this song it is so many girls i knows theme song hahah not that they wont sleep with me( i dont believe in sex before marriage) but they are just cold hard bitchez.
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