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I Bow Down And Pray To Every Woman I See

This song is by Chuck Prophet and appears on the album No Other Love (2002).

Chloe was a neighbor girl who walked 'round in a trance
A lot like Sissy Spacek at that homecoming dance
Her father was religious, mother was too
She yearned to be a model, had issues with food
Last I heard of Chloe, someone saw her on TV
Preaching the power of hypnosis and aromatherapy

Darby was my sister's friend, a fashion paranoid
She wore a winter coat all summer long and made a lot of noise
About conservatives and demigods and how we should be scared
We dropped LSD at Disneyland, she left me stranded there
I hitched back to the valley with a Dr. Leopold
Who sermonized computers have come to steal our souls

Ooh baby, ooh baby
I bow down and pray to every woman I see
I bow down and pray to every woman I see

Bela served me coffee, she kept her biscuits warm
I never saw her even once out of her uniform
Kady had an ugly dog she swore would never bite
Followed that girl everywhere, never left her side
She said, "Baby baby baby, crawl out of your shell
I wanna show you something if you promise not to tell"

Ooh baby, ooh baby
I bow down and pray to every woman I see
I bow down and pray to every woman I see
Ain't no mother gonna criticize me
I bow down and pray to every woman I see