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|Title||D is for Dangerous|
|Creator||Jun (LRC Software)|
[ti:D is for Dangerous]
[00:06.12]He knew what he wanted to say
[00:08.21]But he didn't know how to word it
[00:10.21]The dirty little Herbert was seeking an escape
[00:13.24]But the place was well-guarded
[00:15.36]The guiltiness that started
[00:16.82]Soon as the other part had stopped
[00:19.42]D is for delightful
[00:21.03]And try and keep your trousers on
[00:25.91]I think you should know you're his favourite worst nightmare
[00:32.27]D is for desperately tryin' to stimulate
[00:35.02]What it was that was alright three quarters of an hour ago
[00:39.13]That had led him to be in a position and every compromission
[00:43.23]And every other episode
[01:18.98]He's nearin' the brink but he thinks first
[01:21.46]The parallel universe perhaps could be the perfect scene
[01:25.49]He's nearin' the brink but he thinks first
[01:28.04]The parallel universe perhaps could be the perfect scene
[01:31.99]He's nearin' the brink but he thinks first
[01:35.40]The parallel universe perhaps could be the perfect scene
[01:38.58]He's nearin' the brink but he thinks first
[01:42.00]I think you should know you're his favourite worst nightmare
[01:58.63]D is for delightful
[02:00.07]And try and keep your trousers on
[02:06.46]You should know you're his favourite worst nightmare
Arctic Monkeys have sung the song "D is for Dangerous".
'D is for Dangerous' song is composed in English language.
The official duration of 'D is for Dangerous' is 02:18.16.
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