"Gang Bang" as written by Alex Harvey and Hugh Mckenna....
There once was a woman with wings
Happy with the simple things
She had silk suspenders and high, heeled, stocking thighs
Helping me in my need
She was a friend, indeed
She was my baby until the day she died

Ain't nothin' like a gang bang
Ain't nothin' like a gang bang
Ain't nothin' like a gang bang to blow away the blues.
(repeat)

She was a woman who was twice my size
She looked into my eyes
She said "Only you can blow my blues away"
She said "I'll tell you what to do
Bring all your friends with you
And you can come up and see me any ol' time of day"

Ain't nothin' like a gang bang
Ain't nothin' like a gang bang
Ain't nothin' like a gang bang to blow away the blues, ahhh
(repeat)

There were twenty-seven guys
An unexpected surprise
She just kept on rockin' 'til the night was gone
She was smilin' through the tears
For a hundred and fifty years
Just lickin' her lips and helpin' me along

Ain't nothin' like a gang bang
Ain't nothin' like a gang bang
Ain't nothin' like a gang bang to blow away the blues.




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"Gang Bang" as written by Hugh Mckenna Alex Harvey

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    General CommentApart from the 50% shock factor with the use of the words Gang Bang, I think the fact that it refers to a woman rather than a guy, can also be used promote the fact that women have just as many sexual urgies than men do.
    TheQueerOneon October 08, 2005   Link

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