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Cast Iron Filter

Cast Iron Filter made a song about Rebecca Romijn in September 2000 (Album: Further Down The Lane):

Well, I suck in bed, it's such a shame
My Saturday nights are all the same
And I wish I was dating Rebecca Romijn
But hell, don't we all?
Got a place inside where you used to be
You could drink Old English like you was a queen
I can't figure out if it's you or me,
But I'm ready to take the fall

I guess we'll call it quits now,
And I'm headed out the door
'Cause we're goin' on two weeks
And I can't take you anymore
And you never really were that pretty a thing
But you looked good from behind
And now that we're done I ain't ashamed
You gotta take what you can find

Rebecca Romijn, won't you come to me
Rebecca Romijn, I'll make you see
Rebecca Romijn, I love you the most, won't you drop that loser John Stamooowooahhos
So I'm on the lookout for a new girlfriend
And hoping that I will see
Someone pretty from the front, and the backside
With boots up to her knees
I'll show her my guitar and smile real big
And hope she can't tell
It's all an act, and I'm out of tune
And I can't play all that well

Darling Nikki

Rebecca Romijn fans, you already have all her Sports Illustrated covers and her milk moustache ads, and now you can hear the luscious model sing the dirty Prince ditty "Darling Nikki." Well, she's not exactly our first choice to cover a Prince tune, and since the song's an ode to a woman who masturbates in hotel lobbies, having a woman sing the tune makes it extra kinky. The song is co-produced by Rebecca's husband, John Stamos:

I knew a girl named Nikki
I guess u could say she was a sex fiend
I met her in a hotel lobby
Masturbating with a magazine
She said how'd u like to waste some time
And I could not resist when I saw little Nikki grind

She took me to her castle
And I just couldn't believe my eyes
She had so many devices
Everything that money could buy
She said sign your name on the dotted line
The lights went out
And Nikki started to grind


The castle started spinning
Or maybe it was my brain
I cant tell u what she did to me
But my body will never be the same
Her lovin will kick your behind
Oh, she'll show u no mercy
But she'll shonuff shonuff show u how to grind

Darlin Nikki

Woke up the next morning
Nikki wasn't there
I looked all over and all I found
Was a phone number on the stairs
It said thank u for a funky time
Call me up whenever u want to grind

Oh, Nikki, ohhhh

Come back Nikki, come back
Your dirty little prince
Wanna grind grind grind grind grind grind grind grind grind

The Prince Tribute, Party Of The Times, contains the following songs:

1.Missing Persons' Dale Bozzio- I would Die For You (Keoki Mix)
2.Rebecca Romijn- Darling Nikki
4.Heaven 17- Sign Of The Times
5.Mellow Man Ace featuring Geo- Irresistible Bitch
6.Dead Or Alive- Pop Life
7.Gary Numan- U Got The Look
8.Loleatta Holloway- I Wanna Be Your Lover
9.Sigue Sigue Sputnik and Buddy Miles- Baby I'm A Star
10.Adeva- 1999
11.Information Society- Controversy
12.Meeks- Red Corvette

Original article:

Rebecca Romijn: - "Darling Nikki," Party O' the Times: A Tribute to Prince.
Cover art says: "This is what it looks like when ethereal, time-lapsed doves cry."
Choice lyric: "It said thank you for a funky time / Call me up whenever you want to grind."
Sounds like: A female version of Prince, if that's not redundant. Almost sexier than the original. We need to be alone with ourselves.
Overall: *****

Original article: Maxim Online

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