Que mulher ruim
Jogou minhas coisas fora
Disse que em sua cama eu não deito mais não
A casa é minha, você que vá embora
Já pra saia da sua mãe e deixa meu colchão

Ela é pró na arte de pentelhar e aziar
É campeã do mundo
A raiva era tanta que eu nem reparei que a lua diminuía
A doida 'tá me beijando à horas
Disse que se for sem eu não quer viver mais não
Me diz, Deus, o que é que eu faço agora?
Se me olhando desse jeito ela me tem na mão
Meu filho, aguenta
Quem mandou você gostar
Dessa mulher de fases?

Complicada e perfeitinha
Você me apareceu
Era tudo que eu queria
Estrela da sorte
Quando à noite ela surgia
Meu bem, você cresceu
Meu namoro é na folhinha
Mulher de fases

Põe fermento, põe as bomba
Qualquer coisa que aumente e a deixe bem maior que o sol
Pouca gente sabe que na noite
O frio é quente e arde e eu acendi
Até sem luz dá pra te enxergar no lençol
Fazendo congo-blue
É pena, eu sei, amanhã já vai miar, se aguente
Que lá vem chumbo quente

Complicada e perfeitinha
Você me apareceu
Era tudo que eu queria
Estrela da sorte
Quando à noite ela surgia
Meu bem você cresceu
Meu namoro é na folhinha
Mulher de fases

Mulher de fases

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