I'm a freak

Excuse me
What you said to me?
Oh no you said that
No I'm not
I'm sorry but, you know
I ain't that kind of girl

Look at me and see a little girl inside my skin
It's a supernatural
Oh
So don't be trying to push upon me baby
My momma told me better than that
The bigger you are
The harder you fall

I'm a bobby original
Not typical
Not ooh la la baby
You can hold me responsible
It's chemical
If you're bringin' it out in me

Ah ah ah
I'm a freak of nature
You better be aware, danger
Ah ah ah
I'm you're midnight angel
I'm a freak
Come on yeah
I'm a freak of nature

I'm a little material, got bling bling
My glasses got a shade
Yeah
But does it hit me
It chicken me
That barefoot walking in the grass
Just cause I like sipping on champagne
Doesn't mean that I'm afraid of the rain


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Freak of Nature Lyrics as written by Eric Stephen Kupper William Hort Mann

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    This is a powerful song when it comes to be yourself. Anastacia's saying that she has so many different sides to her that not everytone gets to see. Like at the end of the song, she says how she likes champaign, diamonds, and her designer sun glasses, but she also appreciates walking barefoot in the grass and rain. She not completely materialistic, but she's not completely unmaterialistc either. She's well-balanced and everyone should realize that she's not just another single...shes multi-dimensional.

    TrOoBaBiEeon April 13, 2003   Link

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