She's been around a couple years
Tasted 31 flavors there's only one
She really hates that would be vanilla
The blandest one don't make her scream
And that's what she likes to hear the most

Liza's been around the block
She's currently a femme bitch top
A giant step from old Louise
Now she's the one who's on the prey

She used to wear her hair short long
Determining her preference
She didn't like that dynamic
Trading in her flannel shirts
For six inch heels, latex skirts
She even bought herself some bras

Miss terrence, sellers akin
She's got more power feminine
She knows the power incites fear
And it's that fear
Which makes her wet
She's going to the Tribe 8 show
Plenty of boychicks to choose from
It's at the Calyx of Isis
She'll find a bottom young butch
She'll tell her
"I won't hurt you much
Unless of course
You want me to"


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Liza Lyrics as written by Mike Burkett

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    this dyke song isnt as good as the other dyke songs. no solos. louise is the bestest.

    beergoggles69on September 26, 2004   Link
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    agreed, its too bland. Nothing special about this song, its kindah disapointing.

    Logan55on February 12, 2005   Link
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    this shits all over louise

    daddioon August 16, 2005   Link
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    this song is basicly the last chapter in the liza&louise trilogy

    here liza moves on from louise. were louise practicly made liza a nymphomaniac, liza is now out to do to a girl similer to what louise did to her

    jeikobu21on October 12, 2009   Link

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