Liza's had enough of men,
She says, she won't get burned again,
She says, they don't know how to fuck,
Her last boyfriend, the shmuck,
Shared with her a nice disease,
Kept her passive, on her knees,
Till one day she took his car,
And drove it to the city.

Liza had put down a few,
When she met this girl named Lou,
Who convinced her to go home with her,
She said, "My name's Louise,
Now would you take your clothes off please?
I want to take you to the moon and back,
So get on your back."

With a flick of the tongue,
She made her scream,
She made her laugh ,
She made her dance,
She was happy for the first time,
And you know she wanted more.

Now with her legs spread wider,
She needed to have Louise inside her,
She said, "I'll never forget the first time you kissed me,
Now I want you to fist me."
Louise didn't need a second invitation,
She knew just what to do,
Yeah she knew just what to do.
Liza had cum a few times before,
But she had never even seen the door,
Into the world of pleasures of the flesh,
She felt just like 16,
And her life before now was a dream,
Or even a nightmare that's over and done,
Just like warm healing rays,
Shining from the sun.

They make her beam,
They make her laugh,
They make her dance.
She was happy for the first time,
And you know she wanted more.
You know she wanted more.
You know she wanted more.


Lyrics submitted by AtomicGarden

Liza & Louise Lyrics as written by Mike Burkett

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    This isn't the Final chapter of the "Dyke Trilogy" Its the First one they made.

    HellonWheelson July 13, 2002   Link
  • +1
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    this is just the first chapter in the liza&louise trilogy

    here liza and louise meet, and had there first night of fun

    jeikobu21on October 12, 2009   Link
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    the final chapter of the dyke trilogy, ever good ending

    panhandleron May 02, 2002   Link
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    i love this song .nothing better than guys trying to sing about lesbians but they do it so good.

    ninpunk420on May 02, 2002   Link
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    i remember when i heard this song for the first time on punkorama compilation when i was 15. it made me want to kiss gerls. so i did. x

    get up kidon May 15, 2002   Link
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    ohhhhhhhhh nelly, the song is good but I would have to pass on the live show

    SongMeaningson July 06, 2002   Link
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    this song makes my eyes water. it brings out the lesbian in girls and the hornydog in guys. i think. i fucking love this song. its my favorite song. i am gonna name my daughter louise and my son fat mike.

    scream_like_conoron August 07, 2002   Link
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    i may be wrong, but i get the feeling that Angelkysses4u143 is actually a guy.

    GodHatesACowardon August 27, 2002   Link
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    I think scream like conor is neat. This song is a great homosexual-themed song.

    Derin Earlingon March 07, 2003   Link
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    I'm gonna name my kid El Hefe. So lets hope his mom's Hispanic.

    shadowwiththeeyeson September 24, 2004   Link

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