Uh Tony, this song is called Lou Weed
Well, baby, just look at Lou
Well ya do what you want to do
And nothing less for you
Well, whatever will get you through
Now Satan you seem like a typical dude
When you notice I'm stayin' and starin' at you
And I can see you got the heroin blues
Really it looks good on you

Well, baby, just look at Lou
I know women, women want to be seen with you
Well, that's ok too
Those women really look good on you
Now you always act so cool
Like your waiting for your man
Up on Lexingtion Ave.
And no one is there to hook up for you
So who's place are you going too

Well, baby, just look at Lou
Yeah, baby, just look at Lou
I said, baby, just look at Lou
Yeah, baby, look at Lou

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    lou reed is a god.

    mrs-mojo-risinon November 03, 2004   Link
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    An homage to the Velvet Underground. The Dandies do a good job of imitating the VU's musical style.

    esrevernidellepSon September 08, 2005   Link
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    'Lexingtion Ave' would be the place made famous by the VU in their first album. aparently you could buy any drug from there.

    Dandys Rule, OK?on February 11, 2007   Link
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    haha, i love the title. and i love lou reed.

    cheerscatboyon September 30, 2008   Link

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