"Even It Up" as written by Ann Wilson, Susan Ennis and Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson....
"I'm the one who can please you"
Ain't that what you said
You seemed so alone
I guess I was easily led

I showed you my love
But I guess that it went to your head
When you were hungry
I brought you your breakfast in bed

Even it up, even it up, even it up
Even it up, even it up, even it up
A good man pays his debt
But you ain't paid yours yet
Even it
Even it up

I took you down over the tracks when
You wanted some sin
I brought you satin and herbs from
The places I been
Now something tells me you're
Going to use me again
You think you can lay down the how and
The where and the when

Even it up, even it up, even it up
Even it up, even it up, even it up
I don't want to bum it all
But this ax she got to fall
Even it
Even it up


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"Even It Up" as written by Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Ann Wilson

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    General Commentcunnilingus
    pablo10000on August 14, 2015   Link
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    General CommentThis woman is tired of carrying this relationship. The man better start pulling his load...he needs to Even It Up.
    thegitsfanon September 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentShe gave some guy oral sex "took him down", and he came "it went to his head". Then she showed him her private parts, and said to reciprocate with oral. She "brought him his breakfast in bed". If you listen to the background singers, in spots it even sounds like "eatin' it up" and "eatin' it out".
    sleevemeisteron March 27, 2016   Link

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