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Electric Lady Supastar

uploaded: Sun, Jan 22, 2017 @ 8:36 PM
FeaturingClarence Simpson
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I guess this qualifies as a love song…

I lost the original pell that and never posted it, so here it is rerecorded and remixed in the name of future love

The pella is here

Electric Lady Superstar

I’ve joined the positive to negative
but never got this far
from the diodes that I lifted
from the black box in my car

with printed circuit board all fine
from days of working double time
I built myself a woman
like I saw once in a bar

To find myself an electric lady superstar
- just turn on the switch
she came to life
her black eyed stare right through my dark

On double A’s
my hopes were raised
her eye lids flickered
from the start!
A charge enough
to break my heart
from plans I’ve made
she looked the part

Since I have watched my girl depart
I been looking for a replacement part
the genuine just plays their line
my girlfriend now
is “mine oh mine”

I built myself an electric lady superstar
- with a flick of switch
and a flash on her dial
her dead eyed stare
that latex smile

With LED’s all flashing red
her beauty pounding through my head
I sit her up in cool recline
then dress her down for dinner time
by candlelight
(its pure delight
we dance till - daylight)
another kiss is all I ask
her batteries now
are fading fast

To find myself an electric lady superstar
just turn on her switch
she came to life
her plastic smile - cuts like a knife

my electric lady superstar
take her driving
driving Hollywood boulevard
like a superstar
my electric lady superstar
my electric lady superstar
my electric lady superstar

"Electric Lady Supastar"
by ScOmBer

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Editorial pick

How about a catchy robot love song? Scomber’s hilarious, off-the-wall lyrics combined with Clarence Simpson’s jazzy acoustic guitar groove create a must-play, super-memorable Key of Love ballad.

Kara Square