Korea

Album: White Pony (2000)
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  • I taste you much better
    Off teeth taste
    Of white skin on red leather
    Check the claws we got

    Night time, cavity, come in
    Downtown, pony, work your pitch

    I came to in feathers
    Like leaves taste
    You rub me together
    With claws like we got

    Night time, cavity, come in
    Downtown, pony, work your pitch
    Daytime, dancer, I'll come inside
    Got my, teacher, now and carve your niche

    Check the claws

    It's yours
    It's yours
    Your turn to come inside

    Night time, cavity, come in
    Downtown, pony, work your pitch
    Daytime, dancer, I'll come inside
    Got my, teacher, carve your niche Writer/s: Abe Cunningham, Chi Cheng, Chino Camilo Moreno, Stephen Carpenter
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Michael from Chillitown, OhI really like this song! I like how it has that sound in the middle that sounds like a DJ moving the record thing. No what I mean? :D
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