"Sugar" as written by Roddy Christopher Bottum, William Mark Schwartz, Joan Marie Stebbins and Lynn Elise Truell....
You can be white
I can be brown again
We have to go hide
'Cause your mother's in town again

And I wanna take you home
And I wanna take you back

I'm on the ground
You're in the air again
Releasing the hounds
You wanted a harlequin

And I wanna take you home
And I wanna take you back

And I wanna take you home
And I wanna take you back (Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)

I'm cutting the wire (Sugar sugar)
There's nobody listening (Sugar sugar)
Slashing the tires (Sugar sugar)
Made you late for the christening (Sugar sugar)

And I wanna take you home
And I wanna throw you back
And I wanna take you home
And the screen just turns to black

It's hot, it's warm, it's cool, all right
I kiss, you take another bite
You said, "Just stay away from light"
Down here I'm not afraid of height

And I wanna take you home
'Cause I wanna take it back
And I wanna take you home
And the screen just turns to black (Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)
(Sugar sugar)


Lyrics submitted by Eamon

"Sugar" as written by Lynn Elise Truell Joan Marie Stebbins

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General CommentI can't believe no one commented on this! Wonderful song though.
    jimmy.cocaineon December 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentfor some reason this reminds me of stalking some one... and or rape. either that I'm super sick in the head.
    *sway*on September 10, 2008   Link

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