Hippychick
by Soho

Album: Goddess (1990)
Charted: 8 14
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  • Lyrics
  • It's hard to tell you how I feel without hurting you
    So try to think about yourself the way that I see you
    You're life revolves around the force of oppression
    And I won't dead with the true devils of correction

    Got no powers for your gun
    No hippychick
    Won't make love to change your mind
    No hippychick
    No hippychick
    No, hip hip hip hip hip

    Today, since your drinking coffee in your insulin room
    Tonight, you'll close the door and lock me in that battle room
    Love, it ain't something riding on a motorbike
    And love, I stopped loving you since the morning strike

    Got no powers for your gun
    No hippychick
    Won't make love to change your mind
    No hippychick
    No hippychick
    No, hip hip hip hip hip hop

    It's hard
    It's hard
    It's hard
    It's hard

    No hippychick
    No hip hip hip hip hip
    No hippychick
    No hip hip hip hip hip
    No hippychick
    No hip hip hip hip hip
    No hippychickWriter/s: JOHNNY MARR, DENNIS BRINKHURST TIMOTHY
    Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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Comments: 2

  • Veritanuda from UkThe lyrics are incorrect. The line "And I won't dead with the true devils of correction" should be "And I won't deal with the true devils of correction"

    Also the line "Today, since your drinking coffee in your insulin room " should be "Today, since your drinking coffee in your incident room "

    And the line "And love, I stopped loving you since the morning strike" should be "And love, I stopped loving you since the miner's strike "
  • Betj from Lima, OhThis song was featured in an eppisode of Beverly Hills 90210, don't remember the specific epp but it was when Brenda, Donna and Kelly were at the Walsh's helping Brend get ready for a date. With Dylan? I am not 100% sure. LOVE this song.
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