"Sex (I'm a Lesbian)" as written by Prince Rogers Nelson and Levi Jr. Seacer....
So what it's not what you would want (?) what you want oh want you most of you would settle for sex don't you ever think that we could not talk that we could that we can that we can only when you're alone do you think about what you had and lost you're sexy in my jeans baby you're sexy in my jeans tell me do do you want me do you? 'cause I want you too it dogs it dogs every second every moment won't you tell me that you're mine won't you tell me that you're mine only when you're alone do you think about what you had and lost only when you're alone do you... maybe if we tried we could go for miles underneath the ground and sea underneath the ground and sea fight! no! fight! only if they want you to only if you call me call me call me call me only when you're alone do you think about what you had and lost only when you're alone do you think about what you had and lost only when you're alone do you think about what you had and lost only when you're alone do you think about what you had and lost only when you're alone do you think about what you had and lost







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"Sex (I'm a Lesbian)" as written by Prince Rogers Nelson Levi Jr. Seacer

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    General Commentmy favourite butchies song.
    i think of a girl who likes her friend.her friend is heterosexual and doesnt know the way her friend feels about her.she comes to her house,wears her jeans,and doesnt know her friends fantasies up on her.:)and the lesbian girl wants her to know,what she has got,what she could have when they are alone in her room.but she never realizes it.it makes me feel a little blue.
    mother earthon May 14, 2008   Link

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