When she calls me up
My voice it starts to shake
She says come right over
Over right away
Oh good God there's a fire
In my pants
Then lightening strikes
And she laughs that evil laugh

She's so sticky so sticky so sticky
She's so sticky so sticky
She's so stick sweet

Sticky sweet
Sticky sweet

Now when I've done good she slaps me on the ass
It takes more than ten seconds
To satisfy this lass
The way she walks, I swear
Should be a crime
Sirens scream every time you walks by

She's so sticky so sticky so sticky
She's so sticky so sticky
She's so stick sweet

Sticky sweet
The way she walks the way she talks
Sticky sweet
Ooh all the time
Sticky sweet
Sticky, sticky, sticky child
Oh baby, you make me feel so good
She's so sticky so sticky so sticky
She's so sticky so sticky
She's so stick sweet
(She's so stick sweet) the way she walks the way she talks
She's so sticky (stick sweet) all the time
Sticky sweet
Sticky sweet
Break it up, shake it up, give it up, break it up
Stick sweet
Break it up, shake it up, give it up, break it up
Sticky sweet
Sticky sweet
Sticky sweet, child


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    YES! First to comment!

    Anyway, the way I see it this is clearly about sex, probly eating a girl out, along the lines of Warrant's Cherry Pie

    AOE_Cheatmasteron June 03, 2005   Link
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    I think the song is about a dude who is completely infatuated with this chick, he gets turned on just seeing she's calling and whenever she talks and walks. But the girl in this story is using him, having the dude eat her out and then putting him on the ass to tell him to leave... The fact he says it takes longer than ten seconds (sweet reference) sort of indicates the fact it takes forever and it becomes tiresome, especially since she tells him to leave without him getting off, but he can't not go whenever she calls

    DeanGuitarson August 31, 2013   Link

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