I usually don't do this, but fuck it
You know what? (you know what?)

You're like the hardest thing I've ever seen
And I'm from the gutter so believe me
I've seen some hard things
You come from where the black flower grows
I wanted to cut you down and take you home
Call me Axl Rose
I could see you in a 1976 Camaro
Me and you, sipping whiskey, getting drunker than Jack Sparrow
Is Black Sabbath, how you get mellow huh
Well put your feet on my Harley Davidson pedals
And rock and roll girl

Like a diamond cuts through a pearl
This the hardest rap song in the world (hardest love song)
You could get it in with your girl
You're the hardest rap song in the world (hardest love song)

You don't got to drive a Fleetwood Cadillac
You just got to know some words to Fleetwood Mac
Horror movies turn you on, pull the sheets back
Fuck it, I role play, do it to you in a Jason mask
You switch walkers like a switch blade
You walk into the room and it's like these other bitches get hit with a grenade
With that said, let me pull the spandex pants off you with my teeth like Ozzy did a bat head
I rock and roll, baby let's go


You ain't concerned with new clothes or salaries
You would rather run across the country like Mickey and Mallory
Being the natural born killer that you are
We'll hang out the window with a pistol and I drive the car
Who would bother to bother the general with nothing but snack food
Shooting everything that moves, dogs and cats too
Reenact the hardest movie scenes, bloody shirts and holy jeans
We the hardest you and me, rock and roll baby


Click bang, it's black magic
I could do better
Yeah, hardest love song in the world

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    is it about a man?

    HedlykaTrlon August 16, 2013   Link

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