One-two-three-go!

Well, it's not so clear, she's got nothing to say
It don't happen at all, it's not her day
She don't like god and plastic's a con
She can't stand fools who think it's right to be wrong

Oh, she's so cool, see her tonite
Yeah, she's no fool, I want to see her tonite

She don't fit in any so-called scene
And she don't like going where she's already been
Afraid rock'n'roll's gonna end up like art
She can't stop what she can't even start

And oh, she's so cool, see her tonite
Oh, she's no fool I want to see her tonite
Oh, she's so cool I want to see her tonite
Yeah, she's no fool I want to see her tonite

It's not so clear, she's got nothing to say
It don't happen at all, it's not your day
She don't like god and plastic's a con
She can't stand fools who think it's right to be wrong

Oh she's so cool, see her tonite
Oh she's no fool I want to see her tonite
Oh she's so cool I want to see her tonite
Oh she's no fool I want to see her tonite

I want to see her tonite
I want to see her tonite
I want to see her tonite
I want to see her tonite
I want to see her tonite
I want to see her tonite
I want to see her tonite


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See Her Tonite [From 'Damned, Damned, Damned' Lp, 1977] song meanings
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