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Let's Just Get Naked lyrics

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Joan Osborne – Let's Just Get Naked lyrics

I know what you're hidin' from me
You know what I'm hidin' from you
I know that you hurt me real bad
You know that I hurt you bad too

Let's just get naked
Just for a laugh
Let's just get naked
It's a trip and a half

Here comes that story again
All about that television show
Here comes my typical response
Won't you tell me something I don't know
And I'm pissed off about bein' the cops
And you're pissed off about bein' the maid
And how long till they shut off the phone
Till the next time we get laid

Let's just get naked
Just for a laugh
Let's just get naked
It's a trip and a half...
A trip and a half

We've been together so long
I hope it wasn't just the drugs
What happened to the energy we had
The morning glories and the rodeo hugs
And I know you like the back of my hand
With a stamp that says I paid to get in
And yes I am your television show
And you're the nicest place I've ever been

Let's just get naked
Just for a laugh
Let's just get naked
It wouldn't be so bad...
Let's just get naked
Just for a laugh
Let's just get naked
It's a trip and a half...



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