Brandy Alexander

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  • Though I'd like to be the girl for him
    And cross the sea and land for him
    On milky skin my tongue is sand until
    The ever distant band begins to play

    He's my Brandy Alexander
    Always gets me into trouble
    But that's another matter
    Brandy Alexander

    He's my Brandy Alexander
    Always gets me into trouble
    But that's another matter
    Brandy Alexander

    Though you know what I love most of him
    I'm walking on needles and pins
    My addiction to the worst of him
    The low moon helps me sing

    I'm his Brandy Alexander
    Always get him into trouble
    I hide that I'm flattered
    Brandy Alexander

    I'm his Brandy Alexander
    Always get him into trouble
    I hide that I'm flattered
    Brandy Alexander

    Goes down easy
    It goes down easy
    It goes down easy
    It goes down easy
    It goes down easy
    It goes down easy
    It goes down easy
    It goes down easy

    Brandy Alexander
    Brandy Alexander
    Brandy Alexander
    Brandy AlexanderWriter/s: RON SEXSMITH, LESLIE FEIST
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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Comments: 3

  • Kurt from Tacoma, WaBrandy Alexander is a sweet brandy drink and probably is more relevant to the inspiration for the song. I believe she is comparing the drink to an old flame, but have no evidence to back that up.
  • Joshua from Little Rock, ArFeist is featured on the Ipod Nano commercial, so I'm pretty sure somebody has at least heard of her... lol ;D
  • Bianca Sanchez from Alburquerque, NmGreat song I'm listening to it right now. Has anyone ever even heard of Feist?
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