"Dangerous Beauty" as written by and Mick Jagger Keith Richards....
In your high school photo
You looked so young and naïve
Now I heard you got a nickname
The lady of the leash

Well I find you on a midnight shift
I bet you had your fair share of stiffs
There were onerous odors
I've got to admit

Cause you're a dangerous, dangerous
A dangerous beauty
So painfully plain to us
You're doing your duty

Who you got there in that hood, you look so fancy in those photographs
With your rubber gloves on you're a favorite with the Chiefs of Staff

You're doing such a wonderful job
You're a natural at working with dogs
Keeping everyone awake at night
With a touch of the prods

Well you're a dangerous, dangerous
A dangerous beauty
Yeah, disdainfully, painfully
A bit of booty, yeah

You're a dangerous, dangerous
A dangerous beauty

Well you're a dangerous, dangerous
A dangerous beauty
If I was your captain
I'd put you soon to bed

What I say
Yeah everybody
Everybody now, yeah

Are you all tied up, put in a box
Yeah, dangerous
Giving them electric shocks
I've seen the gloves coming off
If looks could be killing, I bet you shoot me now

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"Dangerous Beauty" as written by Mick Jagger Keith Richards

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    Song MeaningI remember reading somewhere that this is about Lynndie England, one of the Abu Ghraib soldiers along with Charles Graner etc., who was photographed holding a naked prisoner by a leash, hence the lyrics. I can't remember for the life of me where I read this though.
    Trendallon April 30, 2013   Link
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    General Commenthm. pretty obvious i'd say.
    a powerful female that wins over all the guys and gets them to do whatever she wants them to do.
    "The lady with the leash"
    "You're a natural at working with dogs"

    HAH i like it.
    shejustwantstorockon February 09, 2006   Link

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