Malibu Gas Station

Album: The Eternal (2009)
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  • Malibu gas station
    Pumps up the nation
    A tough cross to bear
    Oops no underwear

    Com' on do it
    You gotta use it
    That a girl
    Don't you blow it
    Com' on move me
    Turn me on now
    It will make you feel so good, yeah

    I took the stage to show you
    So long ago now
    My mind is hazy
    Just a little crazy

    Com' on do it
    You gotta use it
    That a girl
    Don't you blow it
    Com' on move me
    Turn me on now
    Roll me over
    It will make you

    Everybody down, everybody dark,
    Crawling on the ground

    I can't move faster
    My face is plaster
    The breasts are bangin'
    Abdominal master

    Com' on do it
    You gotta use it
    That a girl
    Don't you blow it
    Com' on move me
    Turn me on now
    It will make you feel so good, yeah

    Everybody down, everybody dark, crawling on the ground
    Movin' in the waves, moving in the sand,
    Bumping on the ground
    Grinding in the water, grinding in the water, feel
    The undertow, feel the undertow, what's yours is
    Mine, what's yours is mine, feel the undertow, oh
    Yeah pulling down, pull me down,
    In the undertow, french kiss, french kiss now

    Malibu gas station
    On 'Face The Nation'
    California magic
    A tan so tragic Writer/s: KIM A GORDON, LEE M RANALDO, STEVEN SHELLEY, THURSTON JOSEPH MOORE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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