Leather Skin
Lately it's what I've been thinking about
This alien girl from above
We can share our love

I got it good for a woman
She's something else
She's not quite human(2x)

....Human

Venusian Queen
You're so bright the sun gets me
I swear it's a dream
But I pinch myself and your still green

I got it good for a woman
She's something else
She's not quite human(2x)

I'm head over heals for this space case
Something rhymes and no one fades

I got it good for a woman
She's something else
She's not quite human(2x)

My head's spinning
Around the world and back again(2x)

I got it good for a woman
She's something else
She's not quite human(2x)


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Good For A Woman Lyrics as written by TERENCE MAURICE CORSO, MICHAEL COSGROVE, DRYDEN MITCHELL, TYE ZAMORA, TERENCE CORSO

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    i love this song. i listen to it every morning and put myself in a good mood.

    thursdayROCKSon May 17, 2002   Link
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    I really don't even think it was meant to have a meaning, haha.. anyway it's a very abstract song, with an abstract meaning if anything. Or maybe it's just about some "alien" meaning a different class or group of people, which neither of them would normally get along with eachother without those 'feelings'... I'm just brainstorming here, but anyway, good song, I can't say it's the best of AAF, but it's a great song to pull you out of a sh!tty mood

    mongroidon July 03, 2002   Link

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