She's a very kinky girl
The kind you don't take home to mother
She will never let your spirits down
Once you get her off the street, oh girl

She likes the boys in the band
She says that I'm her all time favorite
When I make my move to her room
It's the right time, she's never hard to please, oh no

That girl is pretty wild now
The girl's a super freak
The kind of girl you read about
In new-wave magazines
That girl is pretty kinky
The girl's a super freak
I'd really love to taste her
Every time we meet

She's all right, she's all right
That girl's all right with me, yeah
Hey, hey, hey, hey

She's a super freak, super freak
She's super freaky, yow
Everybody sing
Super freak, super freak

She's a very special girl (the kind of girl you want around)
From her head down to her toenails (down to her feet, yeah)
And she'll wait for me at backstage with her girlfriends
In a limousine (long and black and shiny, now)
Three's not a crowd to her, she said (ménage à trois, oh my God)
"Room 714, I'll be waiting"
When I get there she's got incense, wine and candles
It's such a freaky scene

That girl is pretty kinky
The girl's a super freak
The kind of girl you read about
In new-wave magazines
That girl is pretty wild now
The girl's a super freak
I'd really like to taste her
Every time we meet

She's all right, she's all right
That girl's all right with me, yeah
Hey, hey, hey, hey

She's a super freak, super freak
She's super freaky, yow
Temptations sing
Ohh

Super freak, super freak
That girl's a super freak
Ohh

She's a very kinky girl
The kind you won't take home to mother
And she will never let your spirits down
Once you get her off the street
Blow Danny

Ow, girl
Ow, girl


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Super Freak Lyrics as written by Rick James Alonzo Miller

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  • +3
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    is it just me or there should be like 10000 comments on this song?

    maggotbrainon December 05, 2004   Link
  • +2
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    little miss sunshine! :P

    Genreon March 27, 2007   Link
  • +1
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    This song ROCKS.

    Bodesteron October 11, 2004   Link
  • +1
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    @LIBSinmyPASTA thinking of you

    DannyElfman1953on January 09, 2024   Link
  • 0
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    IM RICK JAMES BITCH!

    Ringuon May 13, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    boo ya bitches, i'm the one who added them! I LOVE RICK JAMES

    maggotbrainon May 15, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    CHARLIE MURPHY!

    hermanator05on June 23, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    i think rick james is glad hes dead so he wont have to hear "im rick james bitch" from everyone...

    MSK941on January 07, 2005   Link
  • 0
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    Gotta love the backing tune in this song.

    Anyone recognise it at all? Thats right ... MC Hammer ripped it off and used it for Can't Touch This :) .. and there you were all thinking MC Hammer made that funk-a-licious tune.

    Rick James rocked hard.. he was the king of black funk in his day.

    Lirraciston January 30, 2006   Link
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    haha, mc hammer swears, this song is a CLASSIC..pssff, who ever did not know that RJ did the rythim is high

    ANTWANmyMANon March 21, 2006   Link

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