Too Hot To Handle
by UFO

Album: Lights Out (1977)
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  • Caught in the crossfire, warnin' fight
    Legends make or break game
    Swept up by the rollin' waves of the night
    They chase for fame

    An' I was too, too hot baby
    Too hot to handle
    Yeah, I was too, too hot
    Too hot to handle

    Wink of an eye, the feelings ran high
    A real rock an' roll molest
    But I ain't no romance and I ain't no slow chance
    Won't get no quick change

    Yeah, I'm too, too hot baby
    Too hot to handle
    Yeah, I'm too, too hot baby
    Too hot to handle

    Sha la la la, roll you over
    Turn you around and do it again
    Sha la la la, keep on comin'
    Do it once but never the same

    Sha la la la, roll you over
    Turn you around and do it again
    Sha la la la, keep on comin'
    An' do it once but never the same

    I'm in your town, won't fool around
    I'll take some action stand
    Just like the story says, these boys are bad
    So keep out of shootin' range

    'Cause I'm too, too hot baby
    Too hot to handle
    Yeah I'm too, too hot
    Too hot to handle

    'Cause I'm too, too hot baby
    Too hot to handle
    Yeah, I'm too, too, too hot
    Too hot to handleWriter/s: FREDERICK WAY, PHILLIP MOGG
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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