Super Freak

by Rick James

Rick James (born James Ambrose Johnson, Jr.; February 1, 1948 – August 6, 2004) was an American singer, songwriter, musician and record producer, best known for being the major popularizer of funk music in the late 1970s and early 1980s thanks to million-selling hits such as "You and I" (1978), "Gi…




She's a very kinky girl, 
The kind you don't take home to mother; 
She will never let your spirits down, 
Once you get her off the street.
 
She likes the boys in the band, 
She says that I'm her all time fav'rite; 
When I make my move to her room, 
It's the right time; she's never hard to please.
 
That girl is pretty wild now;
The girl's a super freak;
The kind of girl you read about 
In the new wave magazines.
That girl is pretty kinky;
The girl's a super freak;
I'd really like to taste her 
Ev'ry time we meet.
She's all right; she's all right;
That girl's all right with me yeah.
She's a super freak, super freak,
She's super freaky; super freak, super freak.
 
She's a very special girl,
From her head down to her toenails;
Yet she'll wait for me at backstage with her girlfriends,
In a limousine.
 
Three's not a crowd to her, she said;
"Room 714, I'll be waiting."
When I get there she's got incense, wine and candles;
It's such a freaky scene.
 
That girl is pretty wild now;
The girl's a super freak;
The kind of girl you read about 
In the new wave magazines.
That girl is pretty kinky;
The girl's a super freak;
I'd really like to taste her 
Ev'ry time we meet.
She's all right; she's all right;
That girl's all right with me yeah.
She's a super freak, super freak,
She's super freaky; super freak, super freak.
Temptations sing; oh, super freak,
Super freak, the girl's a super freak; oh.
 
She's a very kinky girl, 
The kind you don't take home to mother; 
She will never let your spirits down, 
Once you get her off the street.

Written by: ALONZO MILLER, RICK JAMES

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