Dirty Mind

Album: Dirty Mind (1980)
  • There's something about you, baby
    It happens all the time
    Whenever I'm around you, baby
    I get a dirty mind
    It doesn't matter where we are
    It doesn't matter who's around
    It doesn't matter
    I just want to lay ya down
    In my daddy's car
    It's you I really want to drive
    But you never go too far
    I may not be your kind of man
    I may not be your style
    But honey all I want to do
    Is just love you for a little while

    If you got the time
    I'll give you some money
    To buy a dirty mind
    Don't misunderstand me
    I never fool around
    But honey you got me on my knees
    Won't you please let me lay ya down (down, down, down)

    I really get a dirty mind (mind, mind, mind)
    Whenever you're around
    It happens to me every time (time, time, time)

    You just gotta let me lay ya
    Gotta let me lay ya, lay ya
    You just gotta let me lay ya
    Gotta let me lay ya down

    In my daddy's car
    It's you I really want to drive
    Underneath the stars
    I really get a dirty mind
    Whenever you're around

    I don't want to hurt you, baby
    I only want to lay you downWriter/s: MATTHEW ROBERT FINK, PRINCE ROGERS NELSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management
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