Sally

Album: Sam Sparro (2008)
  • Sally, oh those thick caramel thighs
    There's something else your momma gave you, those beautiful green eyes
    The same kind of green like the dollars that they stick to you
    They stick it to you plenty 'cause you know just what to do up there

    Sally why you wanna do that?
    I ain't gonna hurt cha, I ain't cha daddy
    Sally you ain't gotta do that
    Need someone to love ya, not like your daddy

    Your daddy taught you a thing or two about living in a cold, cold world
    He said he'd treat you special like, called you his little girl
    Ooh and I get so red hot mad thinking about that dirty old man
    When I see you up there dancing, trying to get that money while you can

    Sally why you wanna do that?
    I ain't gonna hurt cha, I ain't cha daddy
    Sally you ain't gotta do that
    Need someone to love ya, not like your daddy
    Need someone to love ya, not like your daddy

    Sally everything's gonna be alright
    You don't have to put on the red light tonight

    Sally why you wanna do that?
    I ain't gonna hurt cha, I ain't cha daddy, I'm not your daddy, baby
    Sally you ain't gotta do that
    Need someone to love ya, not like your daddy

    Sally why you wanna do that?
    I ain't gonna hurt cha, I ain't cha daddy
    Sally you ain't gotta do that
    Need someone to love ya, not like your daddy Writer/s: JESSE ROGG, SAM FALSON, SAMUEL FALSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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