This Must Be Wrong

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Janis Ian

Janis Ian (born Janis Eddy Fink, April 7, 1951) is an American songwriter, singer, musician, columnist, and science fiction author. Ian first entered the folk music scene while still a teenager in the mid-sixties; most active musically in that decade and the 1970s, she has continued recording into the 21st century. In 1975, Ian won a Grammy Award for her song, "At Seventeen". more »

I gave a party 
 I said you could come 
 You showed up at your door 
 with all your leathers on 
 I said This must be wrong 
 It can't be right 
 How can you make love to me 
 dressed up for a fight? 
 Pick me up off the floor 
 No more -- 'cause you surely 
 can't be mine 
 Religion came 
 almost overnight 
 You were the high priest 
 I was the sacrifice 
 I said This must be wrong 
 This can't be right 
 Take off your stupid robe 
 and put down your knife 
 These ropes are getting tight 
 All right--you surely 
 can't be mine 
 I come home half dead 
 Late on a Saturday night 
 You stand on the bed and you 
 tell me you're learning to fly 
 I said Take off your boots 
 Take off your cape 
 Throw away your long johns 
 I ain't no Lois Lane 
 Before I get my kryptonite 
 All right--'cause you surely 
 can't be mine 
 I was ready for love 
 Big brass bed and all 
 I was ready for love 
 You said Let's talk about the war 
 I said What war? 
 What war? 
 Take off your clothes 
 and don't you worry me no more 
 I ain't no fly by night 
 All right--you surely 
 can't be mine

Written by: JANIS IAN

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