"I Only Wanted Sex" as written by Jann Arden Richards and Russell Andrew Broom....
Cry baby, cry baby, cry baby, cry baby, cry

The hardest part of goodbye
The hardest part of all
I say those words to you now
And I watch you crawl back to me
Where is your dignity
Oh where is your dignity

I make you promises and
I break them all apart
I'm lying like a sidewalk
A typical loves me, loves me not
A typical loves me, loves me not
A typical loves me, loves me not

I never really loved you
I never loved you back
I never even liked you
I only wanted sex
Sex

Cry baby, cry baby, cry baby, cry baby

The hardest part of goodbye
Is moving all your stuff
Hey what's the name of that one guy
I sure could use his pick up truck
I surely could use his pick up truck
I surely could use his pick up truck

I never really loved you
I never loved you back
I never even liked you
I only wanted sex
I never really loved you
I never loved you back
I never even liked you
I only wanted sex
Sex
I only wanted
I only wanted sex


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"I Only Wanted Sex" as written by Russell Andrew Broom Jann Arden Richards

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    General CommentGreat to hear this from a woman. Sometimes that's all we want - somebody to come home to, but mostly somebody to fuck.
    dragonflyeyeson July 26, 2006   Link

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