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Poison


Come on, come on
Get on your dress and put on a smile
Lets lose this place
and get out awhile, awhile, awhile
You don’t need nothin’ fancy
Just a whole lot of attitude
I’ll be your man now baby
If you’re doing what I want you to do
I keep on tellin’ ya
Chorus:
She’s my ball and chain
My lock and key
And I’m liking it baby
She’s my ball and chain
My lock and key
And I’m liking it good
I’ll t-t-t-tell ya
Momma always said
There was plenty of fish in the sea
So I baited my hook but good
And caught one for me, just for me
She’ll set you up with her body
And then knock you out with charm
She’s just a little too nasty baby
But that never did me no harm, no
I keep on telling ya
Chorus
And she’ll always be wrapped tight around me
I t-t-t-tell ya

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Following their third album, Poison would go on a world tour. After coming off the road however, DeVille’ drug addictions would cause tensions. After a violent argument with Michaels, he would be replaced with Richie Kotzen. The band would continue releasing moderately successful albums throughout the nineties, and would open for KISS on the Rock the Nation tour in 2004....Read Poison Bio

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