Jethro Tull - Undressed To Kill song lyrics

Jethro Tull lyrics
Jethro Tull official site
Jethro Tull at last.fm
Jethro Tull at wikipedia
download Jethro Tull Undressed To Kill song via buy amazon music
Working on the late shift - first drink of the day.
Pull a cnair up to the table, have to look the other way.
What kind of place am I in ? And who's this over here ?
Shaking through the silver bubbles climbing through my beer.
Won't let it move me, but I can't sit still.
Could you meet the eyes of a working girl
Undressed to kill ?

Staring through the smoke haze - plaid shirts in the night.
Well, I'm making sure that everything is zipped up tight.
Who's that jumping on the table ? Putting tonic in my gin ?
Brushing silken dollars on her cold white skin.
Won't let it move me, but I can't sit still.
Could you meet the eyes of a working girl
Undressed to kill.

She could have been sweet seventeen. There again, well, so could I.
There was a tear drop sparkle on the inside of her thigh.
Going to fetch myself a cold beer. I've got to get a grip.
Find some place to touch down. Find a landing strip.
Won't let it move me, but I can't sit still.
Can you meet the eyes of a working girl
All undressed to kill ?

Last one out is a cold duck. Padding down the road.
I wait outside, my motor running - got a warm dream to unload.
Can I face her in the sunshine ? In the harsh real light of day ?
She walks out with recognition in her eyes - I look away.
Won't let it move me, but I can't sit still.
Couldn't meet the eyes of a working girl
Undressed to kill.
download Jethro Tull Undressed To Kill song via buy amazon music

Undressed To Kill lyrics

Rock Island album songs

1. Kissing Willie
2. The Rattlesnake Trail
3. Ears Of Tin
4. Undressed To Kill
5. Rock Island
6. Heavy Water
7. Another Christmas Song
8. The Whaler's Dues
9. Big Riff And Mando
10. Strange Avenues
back for more Jethro Tull music lyrics
check here the lyrics for Undressed To Kill, the 4th song of the 10 recorded for the album Rock Island, with a total running time of , by Jethro Tull. It was released on via , and produced by .