50ft Queenie

Album: Rid Of Me (1993)
Charted: 27
  • Hey I'm one big queen
    No one can stop me
    Red light, red green
    Sat back, I'm watchin'
    I'm number one
    Second to no one
    No sweat I'm clean
    Nothin' can touch me

    I'll tell you my name
    F-U-C-K
    Fifty foot queenie
    Force ten hurricane
    Biggest woman
    I could have ten sons
    Ten Gods
    Ten queens
    Ten foot and risin'

    Hey I'm the king of the world
    You ought to hear my song
    Ah come on measure me
    I'm twenty inches long

    Glory glory
    Lay it all on me
    Fifty foot Queenie
    Fifty and rising
    You can bend over
    Cassanova
    No sweat I'm clean
    Nothing can stop me

    Hey I'm the king of the world
    You better to hear my song
    You come on measure me
    I'm twenty inches long

    Hey I'm king of the world
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    You ought to hear my song
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    You come on measure me
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    I'm thirty inches long
    (Fifty foot queenie)

    Hey I'm king of the world
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    You ought to hear my song
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    You come on measure me
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    I'm forty inches long
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    Hey I'm king of the world
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    You ought to hear my song
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    You come on measure me
    (Fifty foot queenie)
    I'm fifty inches long
    (Fifty foot queenie)

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    (Fifty foot queenie)Writer/s: POLLY HARVEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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