Hurricane Jane

Album: Partie Traumatic (2008)
Charted: 36
  • Jane, I've made it plain,
    Although I'm faded as a ghost
    I want you here inside me
    Say the word
    Oh, you've been playing nice,
    But I can see it in your eyes,
    You're thinking, "Christ.
    He's everybody's girl."

    You can't spend the night

    Jane, I've seen you at the club
    You were tearin' up the rug
    With no regard for form
    You're such a brute!
    You had a ready elbow
    For the girls you hate
    Or just don't know
    You head-butt me,
    Cos you thought it was cute

    You can't spend the night
    Yes, I'm sure you're right
    You can't spend the night
    Yeah, I'm sure you're right
    You can't spend the night
    Yes, I'm sure you're right
    But we could spend the night together
    Or alone. That would be better

    It's Friday night and I ain't got nobody
    Oh, what's the use of making a bed?
    I took something and it feels like karate
    It's kicked me down and left me for dead
    It's Friday night and I ain't got nobody,
    So what's the use of pulling a shape?
    I put what I want, when I want, in my body
    I'm never gonna give what I take

    Jane, I've seen the pain you've dealt
    You've been with all my friends
    You tell me guard my heart,
    I might get hurt
    No doubt you'll hurt my feelings,
    And it's a given I'll be kneeling
    But I'm telling myself
    That it's gonna be worth it Writer/s: Ali Youngblood, Dawn Watley, Kevin Snow, Owen Holmes, Reginald Youngblood
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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