You're delicious
When you call me
I've got nothing left to wait for

You're delicious
When you see me
I've got nothing left to pray for

Hoo hoo yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah
Hoo hoo yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah

You're delicious
Come and feed me
I've got nothing left to cry for

You're delicious
Oh you sweet thing
You've got something I should open wide for

Hoo hoo yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah
Hoo hoo yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah

I would give my one last chance to you
Never to waste it
I would give my one last kiss to you
If you told me that you wanted to taste it

You're delicious
When you call me
I've got nothing left to sigh for

You're delicious
When you save me
I've got nothing left to die for.


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Delicious Lyrics as written by DAN WILSON, JAKE SLICHTER

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    its not very hard to figure out what this song is about

    javsavon June 13, 2007   Link
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    I really like this song... and yeah, the meaning is pretty self explanitory, but I still felt the need to comment.

    TheSilverNobleon August 05, 2007   Link

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