M-Bike

Album: 4-Track Demos (1993)
  • His m-bike's clean
    You polish that thing
    He looks her over more than me
    But I won't let it get to me
    Yeah, he can play with his machine

    Night or day, rain or shine
    Looks at her shape, not at mine
    I'm not complaining
    I think it's neat
    Yeah, he can play with his machine

    But all he's speaking and all he sees
    Is just his motor bike, not me
    No, I won't let it get to me
    Can't stop thinking of his goddamn machine

    Motor
    Motor
    Motor

    Take that lady coasting west
    Ride his motor over the edge
    Yeah, I could break her
    Break her, break me
    But get rid of that goddamn machine

    Yeah, I could break her
    Break her, break me
    Get rid of that goddamn machine

    Yes, I'm gonna break her
    Think what you live
    I fucking hate his motor bike Writer/s: POLLY JEAN HARVEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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