"Orange Rolls, Angel's Spit" as written by Kim Gordon, Lee M. Ranaldo, Steven Jay Shelley and Thurston Joseph Moore....
She got you, got you good didn't have a chance
Pretty lady put you in wear hat master ends
Oh baby don't you know you're livin' on the death
You better stay away if you want to live

Lalalalalalalalalaaaaaah
Lalalalalalalalalaaaaaah

Every time you turn around she is lookin' up at you and down below
Oooh sugar pie
Mmm come on
Chocolate spot

She gotta gun and all don't you even know
She looks into your eyes angels wanna go
She takes it on the stride leap through mind again
Don't worry you are fine living with the mess

Lalalalalalalalalaaaaaah
Lalalalalalalalalaaaaaah

Every time you turn around she is lookin' up at you and down below
Ooh sugar pudding
Candy tic
Orange rolls angel's spit

Boy she's got you got you good don't you even try?
Come on if you could you would surely die
You take it towards your mouth you don't even know
Come on sugar tic you are gonna go

Lalalalalalalalalaaaaaah
Lalalalalalalalalaaaaaah

Every time you turn around she is lookin' up at you and down below
Cool dye chocolate spot
Check her out don't you know
Deep in my heart saying g'bye


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"Orange Rolls, Angel's Spit" as written by Lee M. Ranaldo Kim Gordon

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    General Commenti dont know but it sounds like its about a girl who pleasures the guy and leaves + has the guy head over heels over her?
    quietwaron September 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe girl is a wreck, she treats the guy like crap and leaves constantly, but the guy still is head over heels for her, and she can keep coming back and "uses" the guy in a sense. If she hurts him, they make up endlessly without effort.
    rimiskaon June 10, 2007   Link

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