"Attorneying Me On" as written by Adam Layne Andersen and Josh Stephen Watson....
She's an attorney and turning me on, turning me on
And I kinda like it and I wanna tell her
Instead of learning, she's turning me on, turning me on
And I kinda like it and I wanna tell her

I'm in love with my professor
I'm a daydream obsessor
If I could magically undress her, I would

She always writes on the board a little higher than she should
My chances are not bad, they're not good
Oh, oh, blessed are the shoulders that maliciously hike
Oh, oh, oh, the teacher?s tapered hemline to a new height

Oh, oh, I swear it almost hurts when she walks by
Oh, oh, oh and she's showin? off her legs again
And I'm a leg guy

she's an attorney and turning me on, turning me on
And I kinda like it and I wanna tell her
Instead of learning, she's turning me on, turning me on
And I really like it and I wanna tell her

I'm in love with my professor
I'm a daydream obsessor
If I could magically undress her, I would

She reprimands me with a note on my test in red she wrote
?I know you think it?s cute to insert funny phrases
When you do not know the answer, but I don't? , but I do
Oh, oh, she says that I don't take this class too seriously
Oh, oh, oh, I say blame your tight short skirt
See-through shirt and not me

Oh, oh, you've gotta believe me, I swear I've tried
Oh, oh and she's showin? off her legs again
And I'm a leg guy

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
Ah, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, ah
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"Attorneying Me On" as written by Josh Stephen Watson Adam Layne Andersen

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    General CommentJust a fun song!! I flash back to junior year in hs...2003 every time I hear it or think of it...which is often..I've had some hotass professors over the years...
    Lyric_rioton January 04, 2010   Link

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