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(Dickie Peterson)
OH!


I have known her and chew me to the bone
A thousand faces and still she stands alone
But I can't change her
Oh cause she likes it that way
She got one foot on my heart
And she got one in my brain.


She's a nightmare
Yeah, she's a nightmare
Oh no, she's a nightmare
Hey, she's a nightmare.


Inside her, Lord late at night
A-rolling through the backstreets
Of your life
Well you never see her in the light of day
Cause she's a wide, wide range of breeding strange.


She's a nightmare
She's a nightmare
Oh what a nightmare
Oh no, she's a nightmare.


Late at night, when you lay sleeping
Your nightmare comes creeping around.


I have known her from the depth of fear
I have had her lower lightning here
But I wouldn't change her
Because I like her that way
Cause she's a wide, wide range of breeding strange.


She's a nightmare
She's a nightmare
Oh what a nightmare
She's a nightmare
Oh she's a nightmare
Oh what a nightmare
I know she's a nightmare
I know, I know she's a nightmare, OH!


She's a nightmare
Oh she's a nightmare
I know, an obscene nightmare
Yeah, she's a nightmare
OOOOOOHHHHHHH!



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