I know I'll never be the same Somebody threw her spark into my flame I am in a schoolboy fantasy Nothing in my heads upsetting me She was off to her vanity Gotta talk gotta call gotta walk gotta crawl gotta please please please me please have mercey So what do we say? How do we like our girls? Erotic How do we like their brains? Chaotic How do we like our moves? Robotic How do we like our grooves?? Bionic Firecrackers sparlke in her eyes Exploding in a cool sunrise I am in a schoolboy fantasy Nothing in my heads upsetting me She was off to her vanity Gotta talk gotta call gotta walk gotta crawl gotta please please please me please have mercey So what do we say? How do we like our girls? Erotic How do we like their brains? Chaotic How do we like our moves? Robotic How do we like our grooves?? Bionic


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    I recently got to see these guys live...and this was my second favorite song that they played...my favorite was their new song Champion.

    elementalsk8er5on May 05, 2004   Link

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