"Drunk and Hot Girls (feat. Mos Def)" as written by Kanye Omari West, Dante Smith, Andrew Dawson, Mike Dean, Irmin Schmidt, Jaki Liebezeit, Holgar Schuering, Michael Karoli and Kenji Sukuzi....
La-da-da da-da da-da da-da da-da da
Blap!

We go through too much bullshit
Just to mess with these drunk and hot girls
She go through too much bullshit
Just to mess with these drunk and hot girls

Driving around town looking for the best spot
For the drunk and hot girls
Up in the club look at here what we got
Some drunk and hot girls
Stop dancing with your girlfriend and come dance with me
Stop talking 'bout your boyfriend since he is not me
Stop running up my tab cause these drinks is not free
You drunk and hot girl

We go through too much bullshit
Just to mess with these drunk and hot girls
She go through too much bullshit
Just to mess with these drunk and hot girls

I don't want to drop your friends off, I just want you
You drunk and hot girl
You want to sit down but we hit the drive-thru
You drunk and hot girl
Please don't fall asleep, baby, we almost back
Please don't throw up in the car, we almost crashed
Oh, now you sober, how'd I know you'd say that
You drunk and hot girl

We go through too much bullshit
Just to mess with these drunk and hot girls
She go through too much bullshit
Just to mess with these drunk and hot girls

Love the dangerous necessity that people seek
Without regard to where they are
The human heart is curious
Above all things, love, the lights are low, your eyes are bright
The music plays, it's sweet delight
It's out of sight, I'm feeling right
Your dress is tight
Oh how, I want you right now

Don't tell me, you sing, you about to get a deal
You drunk and hot girl
"Ah da da da da." That's how the fuck you sound
You drunk and hot girl, yeah
You only live once, do whatever you like
I thought I'd be with you for only one night
Now I'm with this girl for the rest of my life
That drunk and hot girl

We go through too much bullshit just to mess with these drunk and hot girls
(A little sippy sippy)
We gonna through too much bullshit just to mess with these drunk and hot girls
(Want a little whisky)
(We go through too much bullshit to mess mess with these drunk
All of these drunk and hot girls)


Lyrics submitted by elfrijol, edited by weber101

"Drunk and Hot Girls" as written by Mike Dean Andrew Dawson

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    General CommentAgreed about Mos Def's verse.

    Love is a dangerous necessity..you gotta have it, you are always looking for it, but you can get hurt pretty bad by it, especially if you are looking in the wrong places.

    The human heart is curious, above all things

    Yep.
    cdec518on August 05, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHeh. Really this one was I think just a fun song for Kanye to do it and it's only understandable by those who have actualyed messed with as he puts it Drunk and Hot girls.
    SunzLion October 02, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentPlease don't go up in the car we almost crash

    Its actually
    "Please don't throw up in the car we almost crashed"


    the beat in this song is so chill...
    anyway the meaning is very simple> He's at a party, meets a "drunk and hot girl", wants to get with her, and ends up with her forever.

    i also like the part when he goes "A a aaa aa aaaa thats how the fuck you sound" It made me laugh the first time i heard it.
    mlfm256on October 31, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI know that part is so funny! Not his deepest material, but still a fun(ny) song to listen to and most can relate with. Oh the frustrations of those drunk n' hot girls.
    danvalicevicon November 01, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's about all the things guys go through when they hang out with drunk chicks. Guys do what they can to accommodate the girl, while all she does is cause problems...
    like_wateron December 25, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwow. this song has so much meaning that i was forced to create an account just to prove this...

    first off, it isnt "Lots of dangerous necessity that people seek..."
    its.. "Love, a dangerous necessity that people seek without regard."
    that part of the song is pretty powerful from Most Def, even if him and Kanye are fucking around.
    Muki0990on January 16, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song reminds me of what happened to brittany spears on the part


    I thought I'd be with you for only one night
    Now I'm with this girl for the rest of my life
    That drunk and hot girl


    haha
    jazzyfoshizzleon February 06, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song, it's just totally chill, and it's hilarious.

    "Stop talking about your boyfriend since he is not me" That part made me laugh the first time I heard it.
    rainbowcrayonon August 09, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti dunno if its me putting emphasis on things but i totally thought this song was about date rape.

    the guy is out for one thing and when mos def comes in its almost like he is trying to justify the action. i also thought the line

    "I thought I'd be with you for only one night
    Now I'm with this girl for the rest of my life"

    meant that he eventually had to deal with the consequences of his actions. plus the whole general trippiness of the song making it sound all hazy and where they say (A lil sippy sippy) created this idea

    i got a pretty overreactive imagination but i found this song creepy as hell
    JMarson April 22, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is amazing. it seems so simple, a bit of a joke even... but mos def really completes it... 'Lot of dangerous necessity that people seek without regard. To where they are, the human heart is curious, above all things..' so very very true
    katexxon June 17, 2010   Link

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