Electric Barbarella

Album: Medazzaland (1997)
Charted: 23 52
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  • I knew when I first saw you
    On the show room floor
    You were made for me
    I took you home
    And dressed you up in polyester
    Princess of my dreams
    Emotionless and cold as ice
    All of the things I like
    The way you look
    The way you move
    The sounds you're making
    In Ultrachrome, latex, and steel

    I plug you in
    Dim the lights
    Electric Barbarella
    Your perfect skin
    Plastic kiss
    Electric Barbarella
    Try to resist
    Then we touch
    Hallucinate and tranquilize

    (She's so fine)
    (She's all mine)

    Our private life is subject to investigation
    No time to waste
    People say they heard about our deviation
    But you never looked so good
    Wear the fake fur fake pearls for me
    And put on your mystery
    The way I feel you know
    I never keep you waiting
    In Ultrachrome, latex, and steel



    Princess of my dreams
    Princess of my dreams
    Majordomo plasticomo Barbarella
    (She's so fine)
    Pro genetic your Electric Barbarella
    (She's all mine)
    My pretty pretty
    Pretty pretty
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Comments: 5

  • Li from Jakarta, IndonesiaMyka Dunkle as The Electric Barbarella :)
  • Stephanie from Naselle, WaWasn't this the first song ever sold online?
  • Jorge from Waco, TxWho was the girl in the video? She was freakin HOT!! please email me the answer at publius_enigma@yahoo.com
  • Rj from Battle Creek, MiThe song is ACTUALLY about Cyber sex. Simon LeBon said it himself in an Entertainment Weekly article around the time the song came out.
  • Ellen from Anchorage, AkActually, the orgasmatron was the device of the evil scientist Durand Durand, who used it to try to kill Barbarella (instead, she overloads it).
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