"Jailbait" as written by and Jimmy Crespo Steven Tyler....
Baby, take me, baby, take me, baby I'm drivin' maybe
Baby take me...
Take it or leave it on a Saturday night
If what you see is what you get then gimme a bite
Here comes the ladies, they're so insecure
Leave it to the boys and the fool on the hill
Hey baby, be no jock, no third degree
Oh, jailbait
Play the foolin', play the pawn
Wake up baby I'm out the door, jailbait
I'm believin', someone talkin
Can't let go, got the hold, oh jailbait
What it is that you believe
What you got, got up your sleeve, oh
Jailbait, jailbait, jailbait, jailbait

Take it, leave it, roll the dice
You're hot as hell, I'm cold as ice, oh jailbait
Tell your daddy how you do me
Put the woodshed, do it to me, jailbait
Whatchya see in daddy's eyes
Check the voice, ain't no surprise
Jailbait, jailbait, jailbait, jailbait, jailbait, jailbait
Do me, do you, tell me, would you
See me, me too, do me, do you
I ain't complainin bitch's brew
Girls in love I never knew she jailbait
Steep the chase, cold sweatin
Stick your feet up
Jailbait, jailbait, jailbait
Jailbait, jailbait, jailbait

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"Jailbait" as written by Steven Tyler Jimmy Crespo

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    My InterpretationI receive the vague notion that this song is about jailbait. Which, of course, otherwise implies a man sleeping with a girl younger than 18. Young girl is known as jailbait as a bit of a slang term for the relationship.

    The fact that he himself is referring to his little friend as jailbait as a term of endearment (we'll assume, considering the way he laughs his way joyfully through the chorus) is sort of the ultimate condescention and lack of respect, implying he is totally and completely using the teen (let's hope she's a teen).

    Don't get me wrong.
    Aerosmith had their moments of musical greatness.
    This certainly is not one of them.
    steelblue71on May 22, 2011   Link

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