Serve The Ego

Album: This Way (2001)
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  • Mirror, mirror
    Do you like
    What you see?
    I'll dance for you
    If you dance for me
    Who says a woman
    Cannot serve?
    It would be my pleasure
    Who says it is
    Not my destiny
    To let you control me?
    Underneath the disco light
    Everybody's feelin' all right
    Get on your hands and knees
    And praise the new deity
    Serve the ego
    Serve the ego

    Two ships sailing
    On a neon sea
    Eat the flesh
    Spit out the seeds
    Feathered hair
    And lame heels
    What turns me on
    Is so surreal

    Underneath the disco light
    Everybody's feelin' all right
    Get on your hands and knees
    And praise the new deity
    Serve the ego
    Serve the ego

    Tut tut, oh, to discover oh
    Oh no, you're yesterday's lover

    Underneath the disco light
    Everybody's feelin' all right
    Get on your hands and knees
    And praise the new deity
    Serve the ego
    Serve the ego Writer/s: CESAR LEMOS, ITAAL SHUR, JEWEL KILCHER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnLove the arrangement, Jewel does have a killer vocal range.
  • Angel from Somewhere In, AzThis song ahas an awesome middel eastern groove to it. Awesome vocal range.
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