ZZ Top - Lovething Lyrics

ZZ Top Recycler cover art
Credits
publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
writers: Billy F Gibbons, Frank Lee Beard, Joe Michael Hill, Rocky Hill
release date: 1990
popularity : 84 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Blues Rock/Hard Rock/Pop Rock
length: 3:26
producer: Bill Ham
engineer: Terry Manning
writer: Dusty Hill, Billy Gibbons, Frank Beard
Lyrics
It must have been the way that she kissed me,
Made me as weak as a lamb.
Tastes so fine like french silk pie,
Sweet as strawberry jam.
It could have been the thing that she told me,
When she threw her wrench at my monkey.

Should of been a cool scene,
Like honey on a ripped queen.
I thought it was a day-dream,
But it must have been a love thing.

I smiled at the way that she told me,
"I just can't turn you a-loose."
She was a force majeure in her haute couture,
I was howlin' at the moon.
That's when I jumped out of her window,
Before my monkey could cook her goose.

Should of been a cool scene,
Like honey on a ripped queen.
I thought it was a day-dream,
But it must have been a love thing.



Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 Concrete and Steel
  • 2 Lovething
  • 3 Penthouse Eyes
  • 4 Tell It
  • 5 My Head's in Mississippi
  • 6 Decision or Collision
  • 7 Give It Up
  • 8 2000 Blues
  • 9 Burger Man
  • 10 Doubleback

  • Album Information
    label: Warner Bros. Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 075992626521
    script: Latin