Who that dude sleepin' with ya girlfriend
Gettin' nude and rude in your bed
Same dude that your sister like
Mickey Avalon, call me Mr. Right
Who that man in the black Sedan
With two cheap hookers and a Mexican
Pumpin' white lines, sippin' warm Coors Light
Mickey Avalon, call me Mr. Right

Stab on the ave, on the back of green grass
Young teen on the scene, no future, no past
I don't know nothin' 'bout nothin' so don't ask nothin'
Cause I only be talkin' out my ass

Somethin' smells fishy and I don't know what
But I got a hunch it's your lady
I'm little bit country and a little bit punk
I got a pistol named Sunny that whistles when he's rubbed
The wrong way, Mickey Avalon song playing
Strippers so strip's up, entrees for Dante Alighieri
I seen a better day
Wine, and cheese, fine ladies, and lemonade
Gettin' paid for rhymes like these
And I never even learned to say my ABC's
With ADD I rock the beat
Like AC/DC, deeds done cheep

Who that dude sleepin' with ya girlfriend
Gettin' nude and rude in your bed
Same dude that your sister like
Mickey Avalon, call me Mr. Right
Who that man in the black Sedan
With two cheap hookers and a Mexican
Pumpin' white lines, sippin' warm Coors Light
Mickey Avalon, call me Mr. Right

Radio can't wait to play me
From K-Rock in L.A. to rooftops in Haiti
Hey baby, he's Mr. Wrong
And maybe you should listen to the words in this song
Bird on a wire, your skirt's on fire
Now please take a moment to admire my attire
Fresh white valleys and pink tube socks
Tight gray Levi's and shirts with polka dots
Rolex watch but it's fake
Gold gazelle glasses and a platinum chain
But it's fake, like your tits
And your eyes, and your nose, and your lips, and your braids
The glitz in LA got me ready to play
Anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any day
Every night on the Strip I slip and slide
I'm that guy, call me Mr. Right

Who that dude sleepin' with ya girlfriend
Gettin' nude and rude in your bed
Same dude that your sister like
Mickey Avalon, call me Mr. Right
Who that man in the black Sedan
With two cheap hookers and a Mexican
Pumpin' white lines, sippin' warm Coors Light
Mickey Avalon, call me Mr. Right


Lyrics submitted by iLL Ronald

Mr. Right Lyrics as written by Yeshe Perl Cisco Adler

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    this song is my life. i love mickey avalon.

    halesterron November 30, 2006   Link
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    wow...this song is amazing

    boredlikenootheron December 16, 2006   Link
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    "Strip up so sip suck, (?) Bumante" should be "Strippers so strip's up,entrees for Dante"

    And...

    "Like AC/DC (?)" should be "Like AC/DC, Deeds Done Cheep"

    Its an excellent song.. !

    CompanyCallson January 02, 2007   Link
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    Thanks for the corrections.

    No doubt, this song is wicked hot.

    iLL Ronaldon January 06, 2007   Link
  • 0
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    "Illiterate" should be "Alighieri" ... Not sure what Dante Alighieri has to do with anything... lol... but I'm positive that's what he says.

    Mickey Avalon is so super awesome. :-P

    bugmenot123on January 14, 2007   Link
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    Fuck the white line, sippin' one Coors light Mickey Avalon, call me Mr. Right

    it should be

    puppin white lines sippin warm coors light

    BigPimpConnoron February 20, 2007   Link
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    ok my bad its pumpin white lines sippin warm coors light

    BigPimpConnoron February 23, 2007   Link
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    I think i might just be in love with Mickey Avalon thanks to this song

    rock_goddesson February 24, 2007   Link
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    I think it should be "Fuck the whitle lines"

    To go with his whole being clean, that he'd rather sip warm coors(eww) light that drugs.

    Def not "entrees for" why would he say dinner for a middle ages playwrite? I don't know what he says exactly but probably something to do with a metaphor to his play "the divine comedy.

    Jessejbon March 02, 2007   Link
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    Than rather than "that"

    Jessejbon March 02, 2007   Link

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