"Dirty Little Girl" as written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin....
I've seen a lot of women who haven't had much luck
I've seen you looking like you've been run down by a truck
That ain't nice to say, sometimes I guess I'm really hard
But I'm gonna put buckshot in your pants if you step into my yard

When I watch the police come by and move you on
Well, I sometimes wonder what's beneath the mess you've become
Well, you may have been a pioneer in the trade of women's wear
But all you got was a mop-up job washing other people's stairs

How she do it, how she do it, how she do it, oh
I'm gonna tell the world, you're a dirty little girl
Someone grab that bitch by the ears
Rub her down, scrub her back
Turn her inside out
'Cause I bet she, I bet she
I bet she
Oh, I bet she hasn't had a bath in years

Here's my own belief about all the dirty girls
That you have to clean the oyster to find the pearl
And like rags that belong to you I belong to myself
So don't show up around here till your social worker's helped

How she do it, how she do it, how she do it, oh
I'm gonna tell the world, you're a dirty little girl
Someone grab that bitch by the ears
Rub her down, scrub her back
Turn her inside out
'Cause I bet she, oh, I bet she
Let me tell you now, I bet she
Oh, I bet she hasn't had a bath in years

Oh, oh
Ah, ah
Yes, I bet she, oh, I bet she
Oh, now, I bet she, yeah I bet she
Oh, I bet she hasn't had a bath in years


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"Dirty Little Girl" as written by Elton John Bernie Taupin

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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