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(ian hunter)

Well I picked her up on a saturday night
Pool hall poison but she felt alright
Oh dear what a sight when I saw her in the light of day
She was a speakeasy sleazer of the highest degree
Oh you should hear the stories she was laying on me
We really got it on as she held my point of view

Oh! she's a lounge lizard
Coming on strong
Who you fooling
Its me you're with
Lounge lizard
Come on come on
You got to be joking
Give give give yeah

Well I don't care if your sisters a john
I don't mind where your momma come for
Just give it to me
Just pull it through me
Alright

[golly? ] is a dolly got makeup on
I don't mind just keep your raincoat on
No hesitation no reputations to scale us

Oh! she's a lounge lizard
Coming on strong
Who you fooling
Its me you're with
Lounge lizard
Come on come on
You got to be joking
Give give give

Hey hey hey hey hey hey

Oh! she's a lounge lizard
Coming on strong
Who you fooling
Its me your with
Lounge lizard
Come on come on
You got to be joking
Just give give give

Oh! she's a lounge lizard
Coming on come on
Who you fooling
Its me your with
Lounge lizard
Come on come on
You got to be joking
Give give give

I said give give give
Give give give
Give give give
Give give give
Give give give



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