Me and the devil,
Walking side by side.
Me and the devil,
Gonna to take you on a long and evil ride.

The woman is a devil,
That's what I've been told.
Woman is a devil,
That's what I've been told.
She'll take all your money,
Then she'll spend all your gold.
All right.

The devil is a woman.
She's a woman.
Well I play my axe, honey.
She take the whole damn role.

Keep on going, now, come on.
All right play it, yeah.

One more time.

Well she feel like dying.
Only twenty-one.
Well she feel like dying,
But she's only twenty-one.
She's not the only,
She's not the only one.

All right, all right, all right.
All right, all right.
Gonna save the whole world.
All right.

Source: "Rock Is Dead" Studio Session - February 25, 1969


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    General CommentThis song is freaky....
    HippieFlowerChild67on December 28, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe Doors were always stoned, that is all I have to say!
    rockster/punksteron December 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentDown and dirty slow train of a blues song. Great to listen to when you're just sitting around getting stoned...
    Squevenon February 22, 2006   Link
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    General Commentfuck you rockster punkster. yeah, they got stoned alot, so fuckin what? if it wernt for dope then we wouldnt have 90% of the great music we enjoy everyday. in the words of Bill Hicks: if you dont think drugs have done good things then destroy all your tapes, albums and cds. because all the greatest musicians have always been stoned off their ass. Have you ever sat down and compared this pussy christ rock with some good old fashioned rock and roll? yeah try putting some fuckin s-club 7 or black eyed peas up to the Doors or The Beatles and see who comes out on top. Hendrix could stomp Dexter frojm Offspring any day of the week.
    Nihasaon March 17, 2007   Link

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