give head if you got it

(baseball, baseball, he thinks he's gonna score, if you let him go all the way, then you are a whore 2x)

militant lover - don't you know you want it
give head if you got it

all teen school girls - you know that you want it
give head if you got it

all you dirty sluts - you know that you want it
give head if you got it

all you feminist cunts - you know that you want it
give head if you got it

(baseball, baseball, he thinks he's gonna score, if you let him go all the way, then you are a whore 4x)

give head if you got it

militant lover - don't you know you want it
give head if you got it

all teen school girls - you know that you want it
give head if you got it

all you dirty sluts - you know that you want it
give head if you got it

all you feminist cunts - you know that you want it
give head if you got it


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    Hehe...the girl's chant is from The Hot Chick.

    jorahon August 17, 2007   Link
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    is it really?

    keykeyx10000on May 16, 2008   Link
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    I do beleive it's "Militant rubberdolls you know you want it" rather than "Militant lover don't you know you want it".

    Could be wrong though.

    Demonoidon May 07, 2009   Link
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    I do beleive it's "Militant rubberdolls you know you want it" rather than "Militant lover don't you know you want it".

    Could be wrong though.

    Demonoidon May 07, 2009   Link

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