Perfect 10

Album: Quench (1998)
Charted: 2
  • She's a perfect 10, but she wears a 12
    Baby keep a little 2 for me
    She could be sweet 16, bustin' out at the seams
    It's still love in the first degree

    When he's at my gate, with a big fat 8
    You want to see the smile on my face
    And even at my door, with a poor poor 4
    There ain't no man can replace

    'Cause we love our love,
    in different sizes
    I love her body, especially the lies
    Time takes it's toll, but not on the eyes
    Promise me this, take me tonight

    If he's extra large well I'm in charge
    I can work this thing on top
    If he's XXL well what the hell
    Every penny don't fit the slot

    The anorexic chicks, the model 6
    They don't hold no weight with me
    Well 8 or 9, well that's just fine
    But I like to hold something I can see

    'Cause we love our love,
    in different sizes
    I love her body, especially the lies
    Time takes it's toll, but not on the eyes
    Promise me this, take me tonight

    I've bought a watch, to time your beauty
    But I've had to fit a second hand
    I've bought a calendar, and every month
    Is taken up by lover man

    'Cause we love our love,
    in different sizes
    I love her body, especially the lies
    Time takes it's toll, but not on the eyes
    Promise me this, take me tonight

    'Cause we love our love, in different sizes
    I love her body, especially the lies
    Time takes it's toll, but not on the eyes
    Promise me this, take me tonight Writer/s: DAVE ROTHERAY, PAUL HEATON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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