Vicious

Album: Transformer (1972)
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  • Vicious
    You hit me with a flower
    You do it every hour
    Oh, baby, you're so vicious
    Vicious
    You want me to hit you with a stick
    But all I've got's a guitar pick
    Huh, baby, you're so vicious

    When I watch you come
    Baby, I just want to run far away
    You're not the kind of person 'round I want to stay

    When I see you walking down the street
    I step on your hands and I mangle your feet
    You're not the kind of person that I want to meet
    Oh, babe, you're so vicious
    You're just so vicious

    Vicious
    Hey, you hit me with a flower
    You do it every hour
    Oh, baby you're so vicious
    Vicious
    Hey, why don't you swallow razor blades?
    You must think that I'm some kind of gay blade
    But baby, you're so vicious

    When I see you coming
    I just have to run
    You're not good and you certainly aren't very much fun

    When I see you walking down the street
    I step on your hand and I mangle your feet
    You're not the kind of person that I'd even want to meet
    'Cause you're so vicious
    Baby, you're so vicious
    Vicious
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    Vicious Writer/s: Lou Reed
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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