"The Devil Made Me Do It" as written by and Luke Morley....
I was a young kid of thirteen, never been kissed
A Mass of hormones with legs on
I didn't know what to do, I did not have a clue
I was tissues and tension

All the girls my won age
They never really did it for me
I needed someone more sophisticated
And I found her in a magazine

Bless me father for I have sinned and I'm a low life
Will I still be able to see?

I'd nothing to do with it
The Devil made me do it
Don't put the blame on me
It's a travesty

I met a guy who was rich and a bit f a fool
And his girlfriend was beautiful
I never worked out the reason I liked him so much
Till I saw her lying by his pool

When she caught me staring
She smiled in that wicked way
To my surprise there was a knock at my door
And there she was the next day

I'm riding on a Rocket, I'm powerless to stop it
I tried to push her away

But I guess she knew it
The Devil'd make me do it
Tell me what do you say?
When it's gonna happen anyway

The Devil made me do it, the Devil made me do it
He really made me do it, yes the Devil made me do it

I'm riding on a Rocket, I'm powerless to stop it
I tried to push her away

But I guess she knew it
The Devil'd make me do it
Tell me what do you say?
When it's gonna happen anyway


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"The Devil Made Me Do It" as written by Luke Morley

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    General CommentLuke Morley:

    "This was the first song I wrote for the album and it’s straight ahead, ‘sing-along, jump up and down to’ type anthem in a true Thunder stylee. It’s all about a subject very close to my heart; temptation. The subject here has no problem succumbing to everything and then simply blames every single act or deed on the influence of the Devil. I wish I could have got out of some of my past misdemeanours that easily….."
    broozaon September 26, 2006   Link

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