Beautiful Dangerous

  • I don't know who you are now
    Mystery drenches my brain
    I wanna jump deep into your mouth
    'Cause something tells me it's gonna rain

    I hear the drum rolls thumping
    And my heart starts jumping
    And that's when I spit on the floor
    Now my head's exploding
    And your gun is dirty
    So I'm guessing I'm on a roll
    Well it's a fine time
    Looking for a wine time man
    And you said "baby you ready to play"
    Well come right on this roller coaster
    'Cause it ain't over, it ain't over

    Now we're on this planet
    I'm in love with all your dangers, dangers
    We can live forever
    I can be your pagan angel, angel
    Beautiful dangerous

    We acted smooth like rain
    Save all flame that we'll light
    You can be sick, I'll be nasty
    'Cause sometimes it's more fun to fight

    I hear the drum rolls thumping
    And my heart starts jumping
    And that's when I spit on the floor
    Now my head's exploding
    And your gun is dirty
    So I'm guessing I'm on a roll
    Well it's a fine time
    Looking for a wine time man
    And you said "baby you ready to play"
    Well come right on this roller coaster
    'Cause it ain't over, it ain't over

    Now we're on this planet
    I'm in love with all your dangers, dangers
    We can live forever
    I can be your pagan angel, angel
    Beautiful dangerous

    Now we're on this planet
    I'm in love with all your dangers, dangers
    We can live forever
    I can be your pagan angel, angel
    Beautiful dangerous

    Now we're on this planet
    I'm in love with all your dangers, dangers
    We can live forever
    I can be your pagan angel, angel
    Beautiful dangerousWriter/s: STACY FERGUSON, SAUL HUDSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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