"Drop Dead Gorgeous" as written by and Steven/perry Tyler....
Totally outta control...(control) (control)... she owns me
I didn't know that she'd know...(she'd know) (she'd know)... she stoned me
I think I got it bad and I can't let it go
I thought I knew me much better
Autumn and cashmere all orange and green
She's naturally drop dead gorgeous
Creme' de gardenia and black Vaseline
She's naturally drop dead gorgeous
It's so not fair...completely inside my head
Imagine pretending she's the book that I've read
With a beautiful ending
It really drives me mad I can't leave her alone
'Cuz I won't let me forget her
Rose colored glasses you know what that sez
She's naturally drop dead gorgeous
Her sweet molass' is all mine pasque frez
She's naturally drop dead gorgeous
(Yeeaaahh)...yeah
Totally out of control she owns me
Sweet almond eyes just to see and be seen
She's naturally drop dead gorgeous
She's tasting like cherries sweet love's grenadine
She's naturally drop dead gorgeous
Makes love like a rabbit to my velveteen
She's naturally drop dead gorgeous
A ten with a smile like a young Norma Jean
She's naturally drop dead gorgeous...gorgeous


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"Drop Dead Gorgeous" as written by Joe Perry Mark Jeffrey Hudson

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    General CommentI can't believe that there's no comments on this song. This is one of the few songs that Joe Perry sings lead vocals on. Also, there is autotune, or some sort of voice editing that is extremely noticable in this song. It does have a cool effect though. This song basically is describing a girl, who is "naturally drop dead gorgeous", who "owns" and gets "completely inside your head". You can't "leave her alone" or "forget her".

    *It's so not fair*
    aerolover16on June 22, 2010   Link

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