She said, "you're a boy, and I am a woman,"
And that was all she said.
"you love me, and I need you."
She pounded in my head, in my head.
She pounded in my head.
"if you don't want it, other people will."
"hear me out. you walk in my heels,
And then you're free to argue.
'cause' you see, this body is my ticket out
Of needle park, junkie talk, and sucka juice.
You're living on some kind of high.
If you don't want it, other people will."
Other people
Do it with all attitude.
Other people
Do it til their heads are blue.
Other people
Throw away all that guilt.
Other people
Well, I ain't other people.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
"I got a red dress, yellow dress, black dress.
I got a closet full of miracles.
Pink panties, blue panties, yellow panties.
I'm gonna wrap around your nose, or pantyhose.
I'll wrap around your nose, sa sha hoo!
If you don't want it, other people will."
Other people
Do it with their attitude
Other people
Do it til their heads turn blue
Other people
Throw away all that guilt
Other people
Wait a second, wait a second!
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
Your dark side, meek seeker,
Lost years, your first touch.
Your night kicks, sold out,
No hype, but let me tell you.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.
I need to get to know you first.
I need to get to know.


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Other People Lyrics as written by Kevin Mcmahon

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