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Dirty Magic
Ignition album cover
First Released Ignition
Recorded Ignition version: June 1992 at Westbeach Recorders, Hollywood, Track Record, Hollywood
Days Go By version: D-13 Studio, Huntington Beach, California, Plantation Mixing & Recording, Haiku, Hawaii, Henson Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California, The Warehouse Studio, Vancouver, British Columbia, Record Plant, Los Angeles, California, Paramount Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California
Length 3:48 (Ignition version)
4:00 (Days Go By version)
Singer/Guitarist Dexter Holland
Guitarist Noodles
Bassist Greg K.
Drummer Ron Welty (Ignition version)
Pete Parada (Days Go By version)
Produced by Thom Wilson (Ignition version)
Bob Rock (Days Go By version)

"Dirty Magic" is the sixth track on The Offspring's 1992 second album, Ignition. A re-recorded version of this song appeared on their ninth album Days Go By, which was released 20 years later and serves as the album's ninth track.

LyricsEdit

In my own simple way
I think she wants me, only
She said "come over right away"
But she's just not that way
Her little soul is stolen
See her put on her brand new face

Pull the shades, razor blades, you're so tragic
Hate you so, love you more, so elastic
Things you say, games you play, dirty magic
Aaaaah...

I should know better than
To think I'd reach inside her
It's all a cloudy kind of daze
She's not so sweet, today
She mocks me, I'm no fighter
It all just seems like such a waste

Pull the shades, razor blades, you're so tragic
Hate you so, love you more, so elastic
Things you say, games you play, dirty magic
Aaaaah...

It's oversimplified
It's oversimplified
It's oversimplified

Pull the shades, razor blades, you're so tragic
Hate you so, love you more, so elastic
Things you say, games you play, dirty magic
Aaaaah...

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