Paper Shoes

Album: For Him And The Girls (1999)
  • Hang on, hang on now, hang on, hang on there paper shoes
    Where do you think you're going now,
    That it's raining, come on now, come on now, come you soggy old airplane wing
    Now that we've heard you sing, we think you should wither

    But singing is about sexual confidence
    So sing out your stuff if you feel good enough
    To let the moment just hit you, if the music just befits you
    Oh, to let the berry juice just slide out from in between your legs, that intimate hideout

    I, I don't mind, I don't mind to be naked
    I still like to feel the wind on all my soft places
    But you, you haven't killed that yet,
    Although you've been trying
    It´s hard to get on with your poking and your crying
    But I have or at least I think I have

    And I should've been, I should've been, I should have been, I should have been a girl
    Oh with the way I can dance,
    My moves are amazing
    You may want to think that you want to try,
    You want to try, try try to fence me in
    But I don't recommend
    I blow the roof right off this place

    Cause dancing is about sexual confidence
    So shake up your stuff and if you feel good enough To let the moment just hit you if the music befits you
    To let the let the berry juice just slide out
    From in between your legs, your intimate hideout

    So don't you, get lazy on me sweet honey baby
    Now, don't you get lazy on me sweet honey baby
    Don't you get lazy on me sweet honey baby
    Fly, up the cannons for me sweet honey baby
    And warm blue nights descend on you and me
    Sweet honey baby
    So don't you get lazy on me sweet honey baby

    Don't turn up on the ground
    Just doesn't to the peace while swimming cool
    And let yourself renew
    A merry thing to do the sky above

    I should've been, I should have been, I should've been, I should have been a girl
    Oh with the way I can dance
    My moves are amazing Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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