Gimme Danger

Album: Raw Power (1973)
  • Gimme danger, little stranger
    And I feel with you at ease
    Gimme danger, little stranger
    And I'll feel your disease

    There's nothing in my dreams
    Just some ugly memories
    Kiss me like the ocean breeze

    Now, if you will be my lover
    I will shiver and sing
    But if you can't be my master
    I will do anything

    There's nothing left alive
    But a pair of glassy eyes
    Raise my feelings one more time

    Yeah!

    Yeah, find a little stranger, find a little stranger
    Yeah, they're gonna feel my hand
    Said die a little later, why no, little stranger?
    Hurry on and feel my hand
    Swear you're gonna feel my hand
    Swear you're gonna feel my hand

    Danger
    Little stranger

    Danger
    Little stranger

    Danger
    Little stranger

    Danger
    Little stranger

    Danger
    Danger
    Gotta feel the pain
    Gotta feel the pain
    You gotta feel it
    Little strangerWriter/s: IGGY POP, JAMES WILLIAMSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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