Girls! Girls! Girls!

Album: Exile In Guyville (1993)
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  • You been around enough to know
    That if I want to leave you better let me go Because I take full advantage
    Of every man I meet
    I get away almost every day
    with what the girls call
    what the girls call what the girls call . . . the girls call murder

    You been around enough to see
    That if you think you're it
    You better check with me
    Because I take full advantage

    Of every man I meet
    I get away almost every day
    with what the girls call
    what the girls call
    what the girls call . . . the girls call murder Writer/s: LIZ PHAIR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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