I Cut Like a Buffalo

Album: Horehound (2009)
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  • Well you know I look like a woman but I
    Cut like a buffalo
    Stand up like a tower, tall
    But I fall
    Just like a domino

    You can hit me if you want to, hey
    Do whatever makes you happy
    You should try to take it easy on me
    Cause I don't know how to take it

    You're a prick with a pin woman,yeah

    Wake me up when it's broke
    Only if it's broken
    You know I treat you like a joke but you
    Can't tell when I'm joking

    You cut a record on my throat
    But the record's not broken
    Cut a record on my throat
    But the record's not broken

    Is that you choking?
    Is that you choking?
    Is that you choking?
    Or are you just joking?

    You know I look like a woman but I
    Cut it like a buffalo
    Wake me up when it's broke
    Just like a woman
    You cut a record on my throat then you
    Break me wide open

    Is that you joking with me, yeah
    You can do me if you like to
    Whatever makes you happy
    But don't take it easy on me
    All never take it easy

    Well you know I look like a woman but I
    Cut like a buffalo
    Stand up like a tower, tall
    But I fall
    Just like a domino

    You're a prick with a pin woman
    Push it into my skin, girl
    I'm a prick when I sin and I
    Know I can't win

    You know I look like a woman and I
    Cut like a buffalo Writer/s: JACK WHITE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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