Dangerous
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Uh, just a little bit dangerous

You pack your bag
You take control
You're moving into my heart and into my soul
Get out of my way!
Get out of my sight!
I won't be walking on thin ice
To get through the night

Hey, what's your word?
What's your game?
I know your business but I don't know your name...

Hold on tight
You know she's a little bit dangerous
She's got what it takes to make ends meet
The eyes of a lover that hit like heat
You know she's a little bit dangerous

You turn around
So hot and dry
You're hiding under a halo
Your mouth is alive
Get out of my way!
Get out of my sight!
I'm not attracted to go, go deeper tonight

Hey, what's your word?
What's your game?
I know your business but I don't know your name...

Hold on tight
You know she's a little bit dangerous
She's got what it takes to make ends meet
The eyes of a lover that hit like heat
You know she's a little bit dangerous
Uh, just a little bit dangerous

Hey, what's your word?
What's your game?
I know your business but I don't know your name...

Hold on tight
You know she's a little bit dangerous
She's got what it takes to make ends meet
The eyes of a lover that hit like heat
You know she's a little bit dangerous

She sounds like she's extremely dangerous
She's got what it takes to make ends meet
The eyes of a lover that hit like heat
You know she's a little bit dangerous
Uh, just a little bit dangerous

Hey, what's your word?
What's your game?
I don't know your name
Uh, just a little bit dangerous
I don't know your name

Song facts

"Dangerous", written by Per Gessle, is the fourth single released from Roxette's album Look Sharp!. Gessle penned it just before Roxette's first tour in 1987. Released at the end of 1989 (again in 1990), it was the group's third top 10 showing on the Billboard Hot 100, spending two weeks at #2 in February 1990. The music video was performed in the ruins of Borgholm Castle. It was released as a double A-side in the UK, alongside "Listen to Your Heart".

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