Bad Girls

Album: Matangi (2012)
Charted: 43
  • Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well
    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well

    My chain hits my chest
    When I'm bangin' on the dashboard
    My chain hits my chest
    When I'm bangin' on the radio

    Get back, get down
    Pull me closer if you think you can hang
    Hands up, hands tied
    Don't go screaming if I blow you with a bang

    Suki Zuki
    I'm coming in the Cherokee
    Gasoline
    There's steam on the window screen

    Take it, take it
    World's bouncing like a trampoline
    When I get to where I'm going, gonna have you trembling

    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well
    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well

    My chain hits my chest
    When I'm banging on the dashboard
    My chain hits my chest
    When I'm banging on the radio

    Yeah back it, back it
    Yeah pull up to the bumper game
    Yeah with a signal
    Cover me, cause I'm changing lanes

    Had a handle on it
    My life, I broke it
    When I get to where I'm going, gonna have you saying it

    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well
    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well

    My chain hits my chest
    When I'm banging on the dashboard
    My chain hits my chest
    When I'm banging on the radio

    Get back, get down
    Pull me closer if you think you can hang
    Hands up, hands tied
    Don't go screaming if I blow you with a bang

    Going nought to bitch, I'll see four million
    Accelerating fast I can do this in a second
    Lookin' in the rear view, swaggin' goin' swell
    Leavin' boys behind 'cause it's legal just to kill
    Shift gear, automatic, damned if I do
    Who's gonna stop me when I'm coming through?
    What we got left is just me and you
    But if I go to bed, baby, can I take you?

    Get back, get down
    Pull me closer if you think you can hang
    Hands up, hands tied
    Don't go screaming if I blow you with a bang

    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well
    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well

    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well
    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well

    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well
    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well

    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well
    Live fast, die young
    Bad girls do it well

    Chain hits my chest
    When I'm bangin' on the dashboard
    My chain hits my chest
    When I'm bangin' on the radio

    Chain hits my chest
    When I'm bangin' on the dashboard
    My chain hits my chest
    When I'm bangin' Writer/s: Marcella Christina Araica, Mathangi Arulpragasam, Floyd Nathaniel Hills
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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