"Sticky honey" as written by Juliette Lewis, Todd Morse, Jason Womack and Kemble / Walters....
Money, money, money, money
Sticky, sticky, sticky honey
Man lands on Mars
Man rips off his broken parts

And you're gone, and you're gone
Now you wanna get it on
And you won't, and you won't
Why you wanna do me wrong?

[Incomprehensible]

Woman, woman, woman, woman
You gotta let go your swollen tongue
Pleading, pleading, pleading with a man
Gave him birth to Aphrodite's son

And you're gone, and you're gone
Now you wanna get it on
And you won't, and you won't
Why you wanna do me wrong?

And you're gone, and you're gone
Why you wanna get it on?
And you won't, no, you won't
Why you wanna do me wrong?

You got the best damn blues that I've ever seen
And I'm swimming like a shooting star across the galaxy
You got the best damn blues

And you're gone, and you're gone
Now you wanna get it on
And you won't, no, you won't
Why you wanna do me wrong?

And you're gone, and you're gone
Oh, you wanna get it on
Get, get, get it on, get, get, get it on



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"Sticky Honey" as written by Juliette Lewis Jason Womack

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Fintage House Publishing

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    General Comment*gasp* no comments?

    well i think this song is about a relationship that's not working because the man keeps on taking off then coming back and the woman keeps taking him back.

    "Woman woman woman woman
    You gotta let go your swollen tounge
    Pleading pleading pleading with a man "
    I think she's saying for her to stop pleading with him to stay because it's getting old
    PlaysPrettyforMeon September 06, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti seriously have no idea what this song is about, but hey it's a great song, and i love the video.
    riot_houseon April 07, 2008   Link

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