"Dirty Work" as written by Howard Benson and Writers Unknown....
Get on your knees
And let the games begin
Bow to your queen
And I will crown your head

'Cause I can make you every inch a king
Before I do it, tell me
Tell me what's in it for me

I need someone young, willing and able
You need someone old enough to know better

I want you to

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Oh

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Yeah

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Let me be your labor of love
My royal garden needs a hired man
Plant your seed, sow it
My rose's all in your hand

I need someone young, willing and able
You need someone old enough to know better

I want you to

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Oh

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Yeah

Come one

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Oh

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Yeah

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work

Do my dirty work
Do my dirty work


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"Dirty Work" as written by Writers Unknown Howard Benson

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    General CommentSounds like it's the other way around though. Like she has the upper hand because she's older and is telling him she'll reward him if he gets on his knees and does her "dirty work" first.

    -- The "royal garden" lyric made me laugh out loud. XD
    pleasebeatme92on July 29, 2010   Link
  • -1
    General Commenti saw Halestoem in concert this year and what she said she was talking about when she wrote it was....
    plain and simple she is talking about an older woman giving a younger guy head.
    MartyrXon December 14, 2009   Link

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