"(I Used to Couldn't Dance) Tight Pants" as written by Jessie Everett Hughes and Josh Homme....
I used to couldn't dance too good
I had to get some moves
I was a-scared of the dance floor
I had the no boogie blues

Now I'm on fire
Show these ladies my can do
And I'll show you, too

It used to be a massacre
I never got a second glance
Now I'm kinda lethal on the dance floor
Check it, tight pants!

Move in and get tighter
Now you show me you can do, too

I don't want to do what I'm supposed to
(Never, never, never)
I just want someone to get close to
(Come a little closer)

There ain't no certain way to move
Now don't you tell me how I'm supposed to dance
There ain't no parking on this dance floor
Now step aside, check it, tight pants!

Be my rider
Let's show them what we can do


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"(I Used to Couldn't Dance) Tight Pants" as written by Josh Homme Jessie Everett Hughes

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    General CommentWell I think the lyrics are fairly obvious, after all Jesse loves to dance. But if you're reading in to it, I guess you can say it's about coming out of your shell etc.

    I think this is an absolutely brilliant song. The drums are amazing.
    Godbeon January 03, 2009   Link

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