You Must Be Evil

Album: The Road To Hell (1989)
  • I come home from work
    I see my little girl
    She's crying on the floor
    She's been watching that TV
    This ain't late no, this ain't even dinner time
    To show them things on that screen
    What's wrong with you

    You must be evil

    Oh I know why you do it
    You're just looking for sensation
    You got a hold of something
    You tell us that it's news
    You don't have to show that stuff
    Can't you show us some respect
    You can tell us we don't need to see it
    We don't need those cheap effects

    You must be evil
    You must be evil
    I wish you were here

    You don't have to show that stuff
    You ain't fooling no-one
    You made my little girl cry
    I wish you were here
    We all know why you do it
    Sometimes you even slow it down
    You're giving out some bad ideas here
    I can't believe that you don't realize

    You must be evil Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER ANTON REA
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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