I asked you for just a ligth
He’s gonna get out of your sight

Lady hurry up it’s a little too late
Sally’s on the mood for an easy date

She’s already overbored
Wonder where’s the guy that she adored
She’s smiling on a way that makes me cry
It’s my first time,i dont know why

And with a mellow voice
She makes me mad
I found how good it is
When i felt sad

She said
Gimme pain
She said
Gimme pain
She said
Gimme pain

I asked you for just a night
He’s gonna get out of her sight

Baby hurry up is a little too soon
We will get there in the afternoon

She’s already overbored
Wonder where’s the one that she ignored
She’s smiling on a way that makes me cry
It’s my first time,just tell me why

And with a mellow voice
She makes me mad
I found how good it is
When i felt sad

She said
Gimme pain
She said
Gimme pain
She said
Gimme pain


Lyrics submitted by whitepoett

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    You've got skill White poet.

    ADudeNamedStevenon July 09, 2002   Link
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    tkz dude,i wrote this song about a guy i hate....lol

    whitepoetton July 09, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    let me take a guess, the guy treated one of your girl friends wrong and you wanted to/or did beat his ass.

    ADudeNamedStevenon July 09, 2002   Link
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    "And with a mellow voice She makes me mad I found how good it is When i felt sad"

    hmm, wicked good phrase, and certainly not a bad song.

    and the two "She’s already overbored Wonder where’s the guy that she adored"

    and

    "She’s already overbored Wonder where’s the one that she ignored"

    Those are really good, too.

    OK, ya know what? This is just a good song :p

    stardropleton July 09, 2002   Link
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    the guy tried to treat wrong the girl of my life,and he is playing stupid games with my best friend...(annie[the wisdom])

    whitepoetton July 09, 2002   Link
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    ok i dont kno u and ive never herd a song but i guess i reply. sounds pretty cool though guess ill try to listen to it.

    darkpop2Dzombieon July 10, 2002   Link
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    dude ur songs are all connected..you,a guy,that girl,annie the wisdom..so who's the dwarf whom u spanked?..ouch i feel his pain..hahahaha

    dariofooon July 22, 2002   Link
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    lol....i cant tell about the dwarf...because than i would be a target for the tall dwarves association...

    whitepoetton July 22, 2002   Link
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    dude..dont be insane in the membrane..whoever is tall wouldnt qualify as a dwarf..man,writing too many lyrics have taken a bad toll on u,man..lol..

    dariofooon July 25, 2002   Link
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    now i get it...no-one understands my jokes...

    whitepoetton July 25, 2002   Link

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