"Sick & Beautiful" as written by and Leslie David/reny Howe....
All the world's your ashtray
I'm just your Marlboro
Light me up and butt me
You're sick and you're beautiful

It's Bamby meets Godzilla
A 3D free for all
Set me up, then stomp me
You're sick and beautiful

Squeeze me like your lemon
Then mix with alcohol
Shake me hard then down me
You're sick and beautiful
You're gravy with gasoline
And wicked with whipping cream

I need a quick fix
I'm flashing like an instamatic
Crusted like a worn out penthouse
Your junk is habitual
You're sick and you're beautiful

Bounce me hard and dunk me
I'm just your basketball
Lay me up then heave-ho
You're sick and beautiful
Peel my bandage slowly
It's psychological
You're napalm with novacaine
A kite in a hurricane

I need a quick fix
I'm flashing like an instamatic
Crusted like a worn out penthouse
Your junk is habitual
You're sick and you're beautiful

Leave me in a ditch like roadkill
Or maybe we could switch the driver
Have some mercy and Kevorkian me to sleep
You're cockroach with cabernet
But taste like a Milky Way
You're gravy with gasoline
And wicked with whipping cream

I need a quick fix
I'm flashing like an instamatic
Crusted like a worn out penthouse
Your junk is habitual
You're sick and you're beautiful



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"Sick & Beautiful" as written by Louise Cynthia Reny Leslie David Howe

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    General CommentThis is an AWESOME song.

    I love the lyrics.

    Whoever posted all of these rocks. I was thinking about it, but I'm lazy...
    fadeintomeon August 02, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwow i just reazlied how much stuff i spelle wrong! in all thse lyrics posted... ehh! i love this song too! i heard it one day a while back adn fell in love with it!
    quinn_allman_rockson August 10, 2002   Link

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