Stutter

Album: Elastica (1993)
Charted: 67
  • No need to whine, boy,
    Like a wind-up toy you stutter at my feet,
    And it's never the time, boy,
    You've had too much wine to stumble up my street.
    Well it isn't a problem,
    Nothing we can't keep between the sheets,
    Tell me you're mine, love,
    And I will not wait for other bedtime treats.

    Is there something you lack,
    When I'm flat on my back,
    Is there something that I can do for you?
    It's always something you ate,
    Or it's something you hate,
    Tell me is it the way that I touch you?
    Have you found a new mate,
    And is she really great,
    Is it just that I'm much too much for you?
    Oh, oh oh , ouah oh ah

    Don't feed me a line, boy,
    I can hear that voice you use upon the phone,
    And there's no need to be coy,
    That is something you can do upon your own.
    Well it isn't problem, nothing we can't solve so just relax.
    Am I on the wrong train, love,
    And will I have to tie you to the tracks.

    Is there something you lack,
    When I'm flat on my back,
    Is there something that I can do for you?
    It's always something you ate,
    Or it's something you hate,
    Tell me is it the way that I touch you?
    Have you found a new mate,
    And is she really great,
    Is it just that I'm much too much for you?
    Oh, oh oh , ouah oh ah
    I really want you to
    Oh, oh oh , ouah oh ah
    I really want you to
    Oh, oh oh , ouah oh ah Writer/s: ROY LEAFORD HAMILTON, ERNEST E. DIXON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Eric from Orlando, FlAn amazing song. First those cranky, jangly overdriven chords, then the wall of bone-crushing distortion before the drums kicked in and you're off, being berated by a pissy girl who hasn't satisfied by the sexual failures of her male suitors, the lucky bastards. Justine, if you're reading this, call me.
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