Just Sixteen

  • This song is like a reversal of Van Halen's "Hot For Teacher;" the teacher is lusting after her student, and it goes on for quite a while before they get caught. Oddly enough, at the end of the song, it is revealed that it was the student who felt a bit guilty for what they were doing: "Oh you say it's wrong you say what we do we do we do...", "But I'm just sixteen." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Ammon - Houston, TX
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