Do It With a Rockstar

Album: Theatre Is Evil (2012)
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  • Oooah, oooah,
    Oooah, oooah,
    Oooah, oooah,
    Oooah

    Now I lay me down to sleep!

    Do you wanna dance?
    Do you wanna fight?
    Do you wanna get drunk and stay the night?

    Knowing what's the price of me to leave?

    Do you wanna dance?
    Do you wanna fight?
    Do you wanna get drunk and stay the night?
    Do you wanna smoke till our throats are sore?
    Make out and then talk and then make out some more?
    Do you wanna dance?
    Do you wanna fight?
    Do you get drunk and stay the night?
    Do you wanna know all the things I do
    Where I'm all alone and thinking about you?
    Do you wanna?
    Do you wanna?
    Do you wanna?
    Do you wanna?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do it!

    Do you wanna go back home?
    Your animals are all alone
    And there's a chicken waiting on the stove
    And your cousin left his DVD of "Swinging In The 70s"
    And do you wanna go back home?
    Check your messages and charge your phone
    Oh are you, really sure you wanna go?
    When you could do it with a rock star, do it with a rock star?

    Wait, wait, wait!
    I'll be fine in a minute
    Oh, oh oh
    Wait, wait, wait!
    I'll be fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    I don't want your body just a part to listen to INXS
    All the practice in the world
    Won't get me good at loneliness-less
    Loneliness-less, loneliness-less-less-less-less

    Do you wanna dance?
    Do you wanna fight?
    Do you wanna get drunk and stay the night?
    Do you want to see all my cavities?
    Talk about the crisis in the Middle East?
    Do you wanna get really terrified?
    The icecaps are all melting and we're gonna die
    Do you wanna cry?
    I can make you cry
    Do you wanna hit me baby one more time?
    Do you wanna?
    Do you wanna?
    Do you wanna?
    Do you wanna?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do you?
    Do it!

    Do you wanna go back home?
    Your animals are all alone
    And there's a chicken waiting on the stove
    And your cousin left his DVD of "Swinging In The 70s"

    And do you wanna go back home?
    Check your messages and charge your phone
    Oh are you, really sure you wanna go?
    When you could do it with a rock star, do it with a rock star?

    Wait, wait, wait!
    I'll be fine in a minute
    Oh, oh oh
    Wait, wait, wait!
    I'll be fine in a minute
    Wait, wait, wait! (Do you wanna go back home?)
    I'll be fine in a minute
    Oh, oh oh
    Wait, wait, wait! (Do you wanna go back home?)
    I'll be fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    Fine in a minute
    Fine in a Writer/s: Amanda Palmer
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Cat from CtI think this dealing with her new fame, and how people give her a hard time for not shaving and her eyebrows. I think she is almost throwing the news back in its face.
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