Dinosaur

Album: Animal (2010)
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  • D-I-N-O-S-A
    You are a dinosaur
    D-I-N-O-S-A
    You are a dinosaur
    An O-L-D M-A-N
    You're just an old man
    Hitting on me, what?
    You need a CAT scan

    Old man, why are you starin' at me?
    Mack on me and my friends, it's kinda creepy
    You should be prowling around the old folks home
    Come on, dude, leave us alone

    At first we thought that it was kind of ill when
    We saw that you were like a billion
    And still out tryin' to make a killin'
    Get back to the museum

    D-I-N-O-S-A
    You are a dinosaur
    D-I-N-O-S-A
    You are a dinosaur
    An O-L-D M-A-N
    You're just an old man
    Hitting on me, what?
    You need a CAT scan

    Hey, dinosaur
    Baby, you're prehistoric
    A dinosaur
    That's what you are, ha
    Hey, carnivore
    You are my meat, I know it
    A dinosaur
    That's what you are, ha

    You're pretty old

    Not long till you're a senior citizen
    And you can strut around with that sexy tank of oxygen
    Honey, your toupee is fallin' to your left side
    Get up and go, bro
    Oh, wait you're fossilized, ha

    You sit down, buy me a martini
    Won't go away, my hints aren't sinking
    "Hey," you say, "wanna come with me?"
    I'm about to barf, seriously

    D-I-N-O-S-A
    You are a dinosaur
    D-I-N-O-S-A
    You are a dinosaur
    An O-L-D M-A-N
    You're just an old man
    Hitting on me, what?
    You need a CAT scan

    Hey, dinosaur
    Baby, you're prehistoric
    A dinosaur
    That's what you are, ha
    Hey, carnivore
    You are my meat, I know it
    A dinosaur
    That's what you are, ha

    Hey, dinosaur
    Baby, you're prehistoric
    A dinosaur
    That's what you are
    Hey, carnivore
    You are my meat, I know it
    A dinosaur
    That's what you are, ha

    D-I-N-O-S-A
    You are a dinosaur
    D-I-N-O-S-A
    That's what you are, ha

    D-I-N-O-S-A
    You are a dinosaur
    D-I-N-O-S-A
    That's what you are, ha Writer/s: Johan Shellback, Kesha Sebert, Max Martin
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Alisia from Columbus, GaThis is my fave song right now!I love how upbeat and danceable it is!:):):)
  • Megan from Stevenson, AlOh geez...This song really taught me how to spell dinosaur! :) It also inspired me to make a big purple dinosaur pinata for my Spanish class! lol
  • Amy from Garret, In, InKe$ha is the pimpin'est rapper of like, all time, so don't go all dissin' her. My favorite kind of music is rock and metal, but when it comes to rap and hip hop, I can't stand it. Ke$ha's music is a wonderful exception, though. Keep it up, Ke$ha! (PS my favorite dinosaur is a magic liopleurodon^^ Charlie The Unicorn FTW)
  • Jocelyn from New York, Nyke$ha is like the best female artist out there!
  • Ivy from Springfield, NeKe$ha is such a stereotype of a teenager!!!!!!!!!! Oh my gosh she is giving all of us such a bad name!!!!
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