Attack Of The Fifty Foot Woman

Album: The Completion Backward Principle (1981)
  • It was a normal date with my girlfriend Sue
    Blond hair, blue eyes, and five-foot-two
    The night was cold, the stars were bright
    From over her shoulder came a strange light

    We parked the car down at Three-Mile Point
    The top was down, we were really going
    I heard her cry, the reactor flared
    She grew and grew, I freaked and stared

    Attack of the fifty-foot woman
    Our love was at an end
    All she did to get her kicks
    Was step on all the men

    I had to run just to save my skin
    She scooped me up, I could not win
    ?My God,? I screamed, to my distress
    Got a fifty foot woman in a five-foot dress

    Attack of the fifty-foot woman
    Our love was at an end
    All she did to get her kicks
    Was step on all the men

    Attack of the fifty-foot woman
    Our love was at an end
    All she did to get her kicks
    Was step on all the men

    Look out here she comes
    The biggest pair on earth
    So scared I gotta go with her

    The National Guard couldn't shoot her down
    Before she left she really trashed our town
    She left me there, though I tried and tried
    A fifty foot woman's never satisfied

    Attack of the fifty-foot woman
    Our love was at an end
    All she did to get her kicks
    Was step on all the men

    Writer/s: ANDERSON, COTTEN, PRINCE, SPOON, STEEN, WAYBILL, WELNICK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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