This song was not included on Milla Jovovichs first album, The Divine Comedy, or the weird followup album peopletree sessions. This tune is Milla with her band Plastic Has Memory, from a bootleg I made at Luna Park in Hollywood, California.


Oh pretty creature From what door did you arrive? Oh what madness will you drive me to? Let me kiss your hand And send you back smaller then sand Swimming in your black mind You often take me off inside my head Let me take a ride and worship Your size Let me take a ride and worship Your size Oh I'm dying Dying myself with colors of you Remembering our sweet pretending Oh big lover Fun will protect like love Oh most beautiful as the con-creature Meet me at the motel six You said you'd always be my lover Cause there is no place like the snowman For just another moment There is no place like the snowman For just another moment Let me take a ride and worship your size (x3)

Transcribed by Natasha Memmott from a Rancid_Pickle bootleg. These lyrics are from the "official" Milla Jovovich website. It's run by a nice gent named Colin. Give it a visit at http://www.MillaJ.Com

Crea"ture (kr?"t?r; 135), n. [F. crature, L. creatura. See Create.]


Anything created; anything not self-existent; especially, any being created with life; an animal; a man.

He asked water, a creature so common and needful that it was against the law of nature to deny him. Fuller.

God's first creature was light. Bacon.

On earth, join, all ye creatures, to extol Him first, him last, him midst, and without end. Milton.

And most attractive is the fair result Of thought, the creature of a polished mind. Cowper.


A human being, in pity, contempt, or endearment; as, a poor creature; a pretty creature.

The world hath not a sweeter creature. Shak.


A person who owes his rise and fortune to another; a servile dependent; an instrument; a tool.

A creature of the queen's, Lady Anne Bullen. Shak.

Both Charles himself and his creature, Laud. Macualay.


A general term among farmers for horses, oxen, etc.

Creature comforts, those which minister to the comfort of the body.


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