"I Need Lunch" as written by and Zero Bators....
I don't need your company
Girls like you all come for free
I don't really want to dance
Girl, I just want to get in your pants
I don't want you to hang around
If I don't need you to jack me down
Well I don't really want to dance
Girl, I just want to get in your pants
Now listen girl
You try and try
You want we?re just more than friends
You cry and cry
You know I?ll prick you in the end
Look at me that way bitch
Your face is gonna get a punch
I said I don't need no cook, girl
I need lunch
Now listen to me babe
You go and find yourself a factory man
Girl, you were born with dishpan hands
I baby, I don't need romance
No girl, I just want to get in your pants
I need lunch
FEED ME


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"I Need Lunch" as written by Stiv Bators Jimmy Zero

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  • +1
    General CommentLydia Lunch said the dead boys wrote this song about her.
    She did seem to have some sor tof relationshhip with Stiv bators..he knew who she was, and she would throw her used tampons at him while he was performing and he would either eat them, or realistically pretend to...
    Can anyone confirm if this was inspired by Lydia Lunch?
    sunrise in tibeton November 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell as long as we know how they felt about groupies.
    disco_blows_dogs_on March 23, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell look at this youtube video: youtube.com/… .. it's the All This And More song. looks like he's pretending to eat tampons trowed at him and then spitting them out.
    R_AMONAon January 31, 2007   Link
  • -1
    General Commentworst song on on young loud and snotty. the whole thing sounds like they were desperate for material. haha dosent stop em from being one of my fav bands.
    tiedtoaclockon September 05, 2006   Link

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