Little Miss Muffet
Sweet girl's school stuff and
A country smile and charm
Out in the back of my '58 Chevy
She said she'd do me no harm

You know she makes me feel good
Just like a bad girl should

She goes down
She goes down
She goes down, down down down
All night long
She goes down
She goes down, down down down

Sassy little lassie
Walking right past me
Down in Tennessee
Always a lady
I love Southern ladies
They just know how to please

It's like connecting the dots
Start at the bottom, lick it to the top

She goes down
She goes down
She goes down, down down down
All night long
She goes down
She goes down ,Down down down

You know she makes me feel good
Everyday, any way
(She goes down) all night long
She goes down
She goes down, down, down, down

All of the day
All of the night
Lick those lips
Do you up right
Up and down
Round and round
Round the world
Scream it out

You know she makes me feel good
See'ya out in Hollywood

Flat on my back she goes down
For backstage pass, she goes down
With all of my friends, she goes down
She gives heart attack, she goes

She goes down
She goes down
She goes down, down down down
All night long
She goes down
She goes down, down down down

She goes down
She goes down
She goes down, down down down
You know she makes me feel good
She goes down
She goes down, down down down
She goes down

She goes down
She goes down, down down down
All night long
She goes down
She goes


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She Goes Down Lyrics as written by Mick Mars Nikki Sixx

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    These lyrics are class!

    Bushyon March 13, 2005   Link
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    this song is about bjs...plain and simple hehe (i think so anyway)

    TabuuDi26on September 22, 2006   Link
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    Scream it out is definitely spit it out

    DeanGuitarson August 31, 2013   Link

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