Nuestra presentacion especial comenzara en breve
(Our special presentation will start shortly)
Pero antes un mensaje de nuestros auspiciadores
(But first a message from our sponsors)
Uh, yeah
Uh

Good mornin', ladies and gentlemen
(What hotel number is she in?)
Boys and motherfuckin' girls
(319, 319, cool)

This is your captain with no name speakin'
And I'm here 2 rock your world
With a tale that will soon be classic
About a woman you already know
No, prostitute she, but the mayor of your brain
Pussy control
(Are you ready?)

Ah, pussy control, oh
Ah, pussy control, oh

Our story begins in a schoolyard
A little girl skipping rope with her friends
A tisket, a tasket, no lunch in her basket
Just school books 4 the fight she would be in

One day over this hoodie
She got beat for some clothes and her rep
With her chin up, she scolded all y'alls molded
When I'm rich, on your neck I will step

And step she did to the straight as
Then college, the master degree
She hired the heifers that jumped her
And made everyone of them work for free?
Know, why?

So what if my sisters are triflin'?
They just don't know
She said mama didn't tell 'em what she told me
Girl, you need pussy control
(Are you ready?)

Ah, pussy control, oh
Ah, pussy control, oh

Pussy got bank in her pockets
Before she got dick in her drawers
If brother didn't have good and plenty of his own
In love pussy never did fall

And this fool named trick wanna stick her
Uh, talkin' more chick than a bic
'Bout how he gonna make pussy a star
If she come and sing a lick on his hit

Pussy said nigga, you crazy if you don't know
Every woman in the world ain't a freak
You can go platinum 4 times
Still couldn't make what I make in a week

So push up on somebody wanna hear that
'cause this somebody here don't wanna know
Boy, you better act like you understand
When you roll with pussy control
(Are you ready?)

Ah, pussy control, oh
Ah, pussy control, oh

Breakdown
(Are you ready for the best pussy you ever felt?)
(Are you ready for the best pussy you ever felt?)

With one more verse to the story
I need another piece of your ear
I wanna hip you all to the reason
I'm known as the player of the year

'cause I met this girl named Pussy
At the club international balls
She was rollin 4 deep
3 sisters and a weepy-eyed white girl drivin' her haul

I pulled up right beside her
And my electric top went down
I said motherfucker, I know your reputation
And I'm astounded that you're here

I fear you're lonely and you want to know
A 12'o clock straight up nigga
That don't give a shit that you're pussy control
Well I'm that nigga, at least I wanna be

But it's gonna be hard as hell
To keep my mind off a body
That would make every rich man
Want 2 sell, sell, sell
(75, we need another, 85, 85 here, sold)

Can I tell you what I'm thinkin' that you already know?
You need a motherfucker that respects your name
Now say it, pussy control
(Are you ready?)

Ah, pussy control, oh
Ah, pussy control, oh

And the moral of this motherfucker is
Ladies, make 'em act like they know
You are, was and always will be pussy control
(Are you ready?)
Peace and be wild
(Ah, pussy control)

Say what, huh?
(Oh)
Oh, no, don't you think about callin' her a ho
(Are you ready?)

You juvenile delinquent
Best sit your ass down
Talkin' about pussy control
Huh, can you dig it?

Ah, pussy control
(Are you ready?)
Oh
(Are you ready?)

Ah, pussy control
(Are you ready?)
Oh
(Are you ready?)



Lyrics submitted by shakeitrachel

Pussy Control Lyrics as written by Prince Rogers Nelson

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    This song is about Heidi Fleiss. He went to her on of her parties when Jack Nicholson was their back in 92.
    violectricaon November 28, 2004   Link
  • +1
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    this song fuckin' cracks me up
    pink_angel016on June 02, 2002   Link
  • +1
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    this is frackin hilarious...i heard about it from this guy at work and i downloaded it...man...classic 80's music right here...LMAO
    cowgirl18on July 25, 2002   Link
  • +1
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    this song is fuckin hilarious...I cant listen to it without laughing
    hautamakion November 16, 2004   Link
  • +1
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    My firends and I all assign songs to each other, and this is one of my best friend's songs and also his nick name now "Pussy Control". This song is just too damn funny, I didnt like it the first few times I heard it but it grew on me!
    MayorMenleyon December 04, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment
    me too
    dr_feelgood82on June 28, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment
    I never heard this song until a rather large man sang it kareoke at a bar I was at. One of the funniest things I've ever seen and he did it damn well. Now it's my favorite Prince song. Makes me smile everytime. Good times.
    kmk_natashaon February 04, 2005   Link
  • 0
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    what are the lines in spanish at the beginning of the song?
    bigparadigmshifton July 21, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment
    means good times at the peeler bar in College!
    HouseRon July 08, 2007   Link
  • -1
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    I fell in love with Prince when I was like 10 years old and I saw "Purple Rain." The first time I heard this song was at the club and I instantly fell in love with it. Women do have the power and this song proves the control we have...LoL
    Bubbley69on April 19, 2004   Link

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