Eighteen and over

(Come) [repeat in song]

Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya (Yeah, baby)
Eighteen and over (Oh yeah, this is gonna be good)
Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya (Yeah, baby)
Eighteen and over (Oh yeah, this is gonna be good)

Now wait a minute

This ain't nothin' but a little funky mac song
All I'm sayin' is that I wanna smack it all night long
On and on until the early morn'
Givin' up all you need so you can get your groove on
And as long as I got your attention (Yeah)
There's a couple of new positions that I'd like to mention
Did you ever hear the one about the pinwheel? (No)
That's the one where I put your legs behind your head
And real dirty like, I'ma spin you around
And grab you by the waist and pump you 'til I hear my baby say
"Oww!"
That's what I know you like
I'm your nigga now about to read your rights
And as sure as I'm a nasty boy (What?)
My girl, you know you got the right to make plenty noise (Oh!)
Cuz this is your night and I'm gonna do you real good
Just like a Kimosabi, Bone Ranger should
Come

Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya
Eighteen and over (Oh yeah, this is gonna be good)
Come
Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya
Eighteen and over (Oh yeah, this is gonna be good)

And [arrive]

That's what we layin' for in the nine five
As long we know it's safe, we ain't riskin' no lives (Yeah)
My Doctor's name is Feelgood, makin' it so I do
And if your name is "Healthy" then it's cool with me and you
Just come - Yeah baby, you should do all that
Come - Yeah baby

(Oh yeah, this is gonna be good)
Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya
Eighteen and over

Hi yo Silver, it's the Bone Ranger, I'll freak you to the marrow
With a little somethin' that I call the wheelbarrow
Walkin' up on your hands while I straddle your thighs
In goes the truth and out goes the lie
And before the beach gets to sandy (Uh oh)
We'll call a wet towel, W.C. is Handy
And it's all nice, comin' one, comin' twice
And if the Johnny's sick, we'll have to take the trip to Electricity
And check out the sights (Check out the sights)
And check out the sights

When I blow that mind, baby (All night, alright)
I'm gonna drive you crazy (All night, alright)

(Oh yeah, this is gonna be good)
Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya
Eighteen and over

Electricity (Electricity)

Plug it in if you dare, plug it in if you dare
This motherfucker's so fast, it eats underwear
So there, my little sweet sugar bear
If that ain't enough to make you throw your hands in the air
Then I'm all gone like the horns in this song (Oh oh oh oh!)
Cuz I gots to keep you comin' 'til the early morn'
And if you like that, then you can come back
And if you don't smack and I'm out

Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya

When I blow that mind, baby (All night, alright)
I'm gonna drive you crazy (All night, alright)

Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya
Eighteen and over (Oh yeah, this is gonna be good)
Eighteen and over, I wants to bone ya
Eighteen and over (Oh yeah, this is gonna be good)


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18 and Over Lyrics as written by Prince Rogers Nelson

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    It's about sex- My favorite subject!

    jtm101583on February 18, 2009   Link
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    It's about sex- My favorite subject!

    jtm101583on February 18, 2009   Link
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    Throwaway joke song by mr jokester himself?

    kexpseattleon January 20, 2015   Link

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