"Heterosexual Man" as written by and Craig William Andrew/brennan Northey....
I want to make every woman I see
I want to make every woman I see
Do you know what's the matter with me?
I'm a heterosexual man
Just a heterosexual man

I want to do every woman I know
I want to do it to them in their clothes
I want to make it with them, don't you know?
I'm a heterosexual man
It's just a problem with my glands

I'm a heterosexual, heterosexual man
I'm a heterosexual, heterosexual man

I want to make every woman I see
I want to make every woman I see
Maybe make 'em make a baby with me
'Cause I'm a heterosexual man
Just a heterosexual man

I want to have every woman I know
I want to have them take off their clothes
I'll make it with them unless they say no
'Cause I'm a heterosexual man
I'll make it with them whenever I can

I'm a heterosexual, heterosexual man
I'm a heterosexual, heterosexual man
I'm a heterosexual...
Duh, duh, duh, duh
Duh, duh, duh, duh

I want to get every girl on the globe
We kiss, and hug, and then we disrobe
It's a short circuit in the frontal lobe
I'm a heterosexual man
It's just a problem with my glands

I'm a heterosexual, heterosexual man
I'm a heterosexual, heterosexual man


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"Heterosexual Man" as written by Doug Elliot Craig William Andrew Northey

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    General CommentIt's just a goofy song. But I always think of it as a guy who has just been asked out by a man, and wants to prove his "manliness" but getting with all the ladies.
    Targetedon July 13, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI think that this song is poking fun at the heterosexual man who can't keep his pet iguana in his pants. I'm not sure about whether or not this song is making references to homosexuality. I really don't think that it is.
    arielisboredon June 09, 2009   Link

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