"Virgin Sexy" as written by Heidi Range, Lucas Secon, Maryanne Veronica Morgan, Mutya Buena and Keisha Kerreece Fayeanne Buchanan....
She wants to be beautiful
Feeling kinda sexual
Getting it on
Hips moving walking down the street
Lips talkin' sayin' something sweet
But she doesn't know

Strobe lights
I'm lookin' tight
In my snake skin boots
Feelin' lucky tonight
C'mon hormones raging
I want to feel the pageing
Take a look inside
It's amazin'

How do I know if I'm ready to take it there
Just think' about it really scares me like Freddy
'Cause I'm virgin virgin sexy
If you want me jus text me
'Cause I'm having a chemical reaction
C'mon baby

Or she see is lust in his eyes
Like he wants to be the first
She ain't ready for the surprise
He just wants to get the job done
Heading straight for the dangerzone
Daddy wants to keep her ass home
Want's to explore the unknown
Roaming like a little cell phone

Bridge x2
Verse 1

She wants to be beautiful
Feeling it kinda sexual
Getting it on
Hips moving
Walking down the street

Lyrics submitted by spinspinsugar_x

"Virgin Sexy" as written by Mutya Buena Maryanne Morgan

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    My OpinionI can't believe no one has commented on this song. The lyrics are very interesting, you don't usually, in my opinión, hear songs like that from girl groups. But I have a question to make you if you see it: do you think the Sugababes are, in some way, supporting or udnerstanding the way the "virgin sexy" is behaving, like enticing a man then running away, being scared of sex "like Freddie", or if more the less they are critizing her, and just singing like they were her. What do you think is the point of view of this song?
    Personally, I love it, and I think that they are not fully supporting her, but they somehow find it humorously and sad. They can empathize with the girl, like she goes too far when she ain't ready. It's a curious song singing on a topic which most songs don't do these days. To talk about a girl not wanting sex and not outwardly saying ugly things about her is odd these days, even more if the sugababes were understanding her by any means, or something like that.
    loligirlon June 17, 2013   Link

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