Big Dumb Sex

Album: Louder Than Love (1989)
  • Yeah, do what you do
    Don't you don't you want to thrill me
    Don't you be afraid to tell me
    Tell me if you think it's ugly
    But now don't you want to touch it anyway

    I've been looking for a reject
    And you ain't had nothing like me yet
    So don't you think it's time for motion
    I can take what you've been pushin'

    Hey I know what to do
    I'm gonna fuck fuck fuck fuck you
    Fuck you Ya I know what to do
    I'm gonna fuck fuck fuck fuck you
    Fuck you I'm gonna
    Gonna, yeah

    I'm the beast and you're the master
    You're the meat of the matter
    I'm no fool for discretion
    When it's on the tip of my tongue

    Don't you don't you want to thrill me
    Don't be afraid to tell me
    Tell me if you think it's ugly
    But now don't you want to touch it anyway

    Hey I know what to do
    I'm gonna fuck fuck fuck fuck you
    Fuck you ya I know what to do
    I'm gonna fuck fuck fuck fuck you
    Fuck you I'm gonna
    Gonna fuck you

    Yeah I know what to do
    I'm gonna fuck fuck fuck fuck you
    Fuck you yeah I know what to do
    I'm gonna fuck fuck fuck fuck you
    Fuck you I'm gonna
    Gonna, gonna
    F U Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER J. CORNELL
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 6

  • Michael from Staten Island, NyWasn't this song on the Guns n' Roses album The Spaghetti Incident?
  • April from Ferndale, WaBecause a song that uses the F-word 35 times won't get played on the radio thats why. Audioslave did not record this song it was off of Soundgardens' 1989 Louder Than Love LP. Chris Cornell did have a life before Audioslave.
  • Joe from Glendale, NyThis was also made to make fun of (or as tribute, im not sure) of Guns'n'Roses. Chris Cornell double tracked a high pitched voice over a very low pitch voice which Axl Rose does all of the time.
  • Cjw from Liberty, MoWhy didn't this song ever get played on the radio it has such a poppy beat. I hope that Audioslave puts it out again. It just had a way of putting you in the mood...
  • Dee from Indianapolis, InThis has to be one of Soundgardens best, and before they became big.
  • Kurt from Downers Grove, IlChris Cornell was once quoted as saying he would never have written such a pop-oriented song if it hadn't "used the word 'f-ck' 35 times."
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