Young lust Happy just to be in lust Never have to eat no dust Everybody talk about
Young lust You're dyin' and you're screamin' inside Oh you're guilty way before you been tried It's crazy but you're diggin' it
Young lust You feel it in the summertime blues Oh easy when there's nothin' to lose And baby you been missin' out
Young lust Sometimes you need it so bad It's enough to drive a young girl mad So what you gonna do about it
A little bit o nasty You look a little sleazy But don't get any on you
Young lust You better keep your daughter inside Or she's gonna get a dose of my pride Yeah everybody talks about it
Young lust Once you had it you can never go back Don't you ever let em give you no slack When you're streakin down the alley way
Checkin' out the ladies Who didn't bring their boyfriends Who love to get in trouble I got to say I'll see you later meet me in the elevator
Always gettin' stronger Never gettin' weaker My love is gettin' longer I'll keep it in my sneaker
Never keep a secret Never feelin' guilty Never gettin' lonely Never gettin' no peace hidin from the police
Sneakin' out the back way Sneakin' down the alley way Gotta do it my way Do it in the sunshine
Hangin' from the clothesline Find another tree to climb
Young lust There's no time for lovin'
Young lust No don't need one in the oven Young lust I'm a-pushin' and a-shovin' it
Young lust Come on now I just can't wait Are you fishin or you gonna cut bait Everybody body doin' it
Young lust Honey now ain't it a bitch Sometime you gotta scratch that itch So what you gonna do about it
Writer/s: JOE PERRY, STEVEN TYLER, JIM VALLANCE
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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