Mx

Album: Around The Fur (1997)
  • You're so sweet
    Your smile
    Your pussy and your bones
    You're on fire
    You move me like music
    With your style

    Let me think (about what?)
    About girls (and what else?)
    And money
    And new clothes (and what do I do?)
    Thirty nights of violence (uh-huh?)
    And sugar to love

    Closer to the lung so
    Shove her over railing

    You're sweet, but I'm tired
    Of proving this love
    You're a bore
    But you move me
    Like a movie
    That you are

    Let me think (think about what?)
    About girls (and what else)
    And money and new clothes (and what do it get?)
    Thirty nights (uhh-huh) of violence (yeah)
    And sugar to love

    Closer to the lung so
    (I can, I can) shove her over railing

    You think it's easy I want you
    It's not easy, look down, that's been closed

    Let me think (think about what?)
    About girls (and what else)
    And money and new clothes (and what do it get?)
    Thirty nights (uhh-huh) of violence (yeah)
    And sugar to love

    Closer to the lung
    Closer to the lung
    Shove her over railing Writer/s: ABE CUNNINGHAM, ABRAN CUNNINGHAM, CHI CHENG, CHINO MORENO, CHINO CAMILO MORENO, STEPHEN CARPENTER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Thecyndicate from Las Vegas, NvInteresting link between the fact the Minerva or "Virgo" is represented by "MX".

    Its also interesting to note that the FreeMasons might worship Virgo/Minerva, and the fact that on Aug 10th - 15th 3 of the most important building in Washington DC line up with the constilation Virgo/Minerva.

    http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/anti-masonry/washington_dc/ovason.html
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