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Washing Machine

This song is by Sonic Youth and appears on the album Washing Machine (1995).

Yeah, I take my baby down to the street
And I buy him a soda-pop, he's so sweet

Alright now, alright now, alright now, you said that
If you want I'll be the one
Take you out and have some fun
I never, never, ever, ever tell no one
Till the end, till the morning comes

Yeah, I take my baby down to the corner
And I buy him a soda-pop, hmm-hmm

Alright now, alright now, alright now, alright now
If you want I'll be the one
Take you out and have some fun
Flip a quarter for the toss
I'd like mine with apple-sauce

Yeah, I take my baby down to the corner
And I buy him a soda-pop 'cause he's so neat, sweet

Alright now, alright now, alright now, okay now
If you want I'll be the one
Shake my legs and have some fun
My hearts spinning round like a washing machine
Never saw the devil look so damn clean

Yeah, I take my baby down to the corner
And I buy him a soda-pop
And he said: "Honey, you look so fine"
And I said: "Okay, alright, okay, alright"

I was walking up Lafayette street, it's real empty
And I looked out and it turned into a big field, and I looked up in the sky
And I looked up in the clouds, and I saw this face looking down at me
And it's a women's face, and she threw a quarter down at me
And she said: "Honey, here's a quarter go put it in the washing machine"
And then I looked up at her, I looked up

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