"Dozen Girls" as written by Raymond Ian Burns, Paul Gray, Billy Karloff, Christopher John Millar and David Vanian....
Won't you tell me the reason why
He goes out almost every night?
He never goes too far he's always
The one who's got it right

He's got charm
He's got style
He's got a dozen girls
Tell me why
I don't know why
He's got a dozen girls

Now he's always the one with all the hooks
When it comes to making it with you
Now I would be there in his place if only
I knew what it is I had to do

He's got charm
He's got style
He's got a dozen girls
Tell me why
I don't know why
He's got a dozen girls
He's got charm
He's got style
He's got a dozen girls
Tell me why
I don't know why
He's got a dozen girls

He's alright and he don't care
He's got thermal underwear


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"Dozen Girls" as written by Christopher John Millar Billy Karloff

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    General Commentabout a vampire?
    Girgoon June 10, 2004   Link
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    General Commentvampire? isn't it just about being an inept guy who can't figure out what he's doing wrong?
    RoboLuncheonon June 14, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti read somewhere that its about a vampire... but it makes more sense your way...
    Girgoon December 17, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthe damned did a song called "The Dog" which was about a child vampire. i can't see many vampires wearing thermal underear though!
    Boss Manon July 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI always thought this song is about the typical lucky bastard playboy who took all the girls… Great song for a pint in an English pub!
    PeluCrespinson December 20, 2018   Link
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    General CommentI always thought this song is about the typical lucky playboy who took all the girls… Great song for a pint in an English pub!
    PeluCrespinson December 20, 2018   Link

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