I`m a foxy man, don`t you understand,
Would take a rocket ship, to let me get my thighs on you.
I`m gonna change Mad Donna, l`m gonna change Mad Donna,
I`m gonna change Mad Donna, for you.

In a coach of blue I`m gonna love you too,
Like the gods of old, I`m gonna get my teeth into you.
I`m gonna change Mad Donna, I`m gonna change Mad Donna,
I`m gonna change Mad Donna lor you.
I`m gonna change.

I`m a foxy man, don`t you understand,
Like the gods of old, I`m gonna get my mouth on you.
I`m gonna change Mad Donna, I`m gonna change Mad Donna,
I`m gonna change Mad Donna for you,

I`m gonna change Mad Donna, I`m gonna change Mad Donna,
I`m gonna change Mad Donna for you,
I`m gonna change Mad Donna, I`m gonna change Mad Donna,
I`m gonna change Mad Donna for you.


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