Album: Weezer (The Blue Album) (1994)
  • Susanne, you're all that I wanted of a girl
    You're all that I need in the world
    I'm your child, make me blush, drive me wild
    Susanne, you're all that I wanted

    When I met you I was all alone
    Cold and hungry cryin' on the phone
    You baked me brownies and said "don't you cry"
    And gave me the coat off your back


    Even Izzy, Slash and Axl Rose
    When I call you put 'em all on hold
    And say to me that you'd do anything
    And all I can do is say that
    I haven't much I can give you in return
    Only my heart and a promise not to turn
    But I sing to you every day and every night
    Susanne, I'm your man

    Chorus Writer/s: RIVERS CUOMO
    Publisher: E O Smith Music
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Suzanne from UsThis was spelled as 'Suzanne' though, originally...right? Anyone know why the spelling changed?
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