Every time it's the same
What bothers me is my fame
You're what I need to play the game
You say you like to dance
Mmm, I think I'll take a chance
Ooh, baby, maybe it's time for romance
You're such a jewel in the rough
You wanna show me your stuff
For my money, you can't be too soon
Meet, meet you in the ladies room
Meet, meet you in the ladies room
For my money, you can't be too soon
You say you like to play
Well, it's too late for you to get away
And you've gotta believe me, when I say
Baby, you're such a jewel in the rough
You wanna show me your stuff
For my money, you can't be too soon
Meet, meet you in the ladies room
Meet, meet you in the ladies room
For my money, you can't be too soon
You can't be too soon
You're such a jewel in the rough
You wanna show me your stuff, come on baby
For my money, you can't be too soon

I'll meet you, greet you in the ladies room
For my money, you can't be too soon
Meet you, greet you in the ladies room
I'll meet you, greet you in the ladies room
For my money, you can't be too soon
Meet you, greet you in the ladies room
Mmm, meet, meet you in the ladies room

Meet, meet you in the ladies room
I'll meet you, greet you in the ladies room
For my money, you can't be too soon
I'll meet, meet you in the ladies room
I'll meet you, greet you in the ladies room
For my money, you can't be too soon
Meet, meet you in the ladies room


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Ladies Room Lyrics as written by Gene (usa 2) Simmons

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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