Zeus

Album: Zeus (2010)
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  • (Rick...RickRick...Rick...Rick...Rick...Rick...Rick...Rick..Rick)
    Rick Stein? Pleased to meet you!
    I did not mean to be so rude!
    I just didn't know that
    You were so famous for your food
    Nikita Khrushchev? I like your satellite!
    It doesn't do much
    But it's really really bright!

    I was just looking for the easy way out of here
    We're all just looking for the easy way out my dear
    Oh does this sound weird?

    Who's a bad boy?
    Bad bad boy?
    Who's a bad boy?
    Uh oh well...
    Oh who's a bad girl?
    Bad bad girl?
    Who's a bad girl?
    Oh oh well...

    Say it!

    Your bathroom is delightful
    And your party is great
    But how do I get out?
    How do I get out?
    Oh thanks very much for asking
    But I really must say no
    I really must go!
    I really must go!

    What's your
    What's your maximum?
    Say it!
    Zeus!
    Oh say it!
    Zeus!

    (next I was...next I was...next I was...next I was...)
    Next I was reaching for the cold fruit punch
    And I was served my own kinky hot lunch
    And it was served there warm
    By the lovely aunt Sally
    Then they were praying to the Holy Ghost
    And Worzel Gummidge made a very strange toast
    He said "Now, all say out loud, out loud, bingo!"
    "Bingo!"

    I was just looking for the easy way out of here
    I was just looking for the easy way out my dear
    Oh does this sound weird?

    Who's a bad boy?
    Bad bad boy?
    Who's a bad boy?
    Uh oh well...
    Oh who's a bad girl?
    Bad bad girl?
    Who's a bad girl?
    Oh oh well...

    Oh say it!
    Oh say it!
    Oh say it!
    What's your maximum?

    Your bathroom was delightful
    And your party was great
    How do I get out?
    How do I get out?
    Oh thanks very much for asking
    But I really must say no
    I really must go!
    I really must go!

    What's your
    What's your maximum?
    Say it!
    Zeus!
    Stop the Zeus!

    I really hope that we can come here again
    I really hope that we can come here again
    I really hope that we can
    I really hope that we can
    I really hope we never see this again
    I really really really really really really really really
    Oh.....

    What's your
    What's your maximum?
    What's your
    What's your maximum?

    The metal on the motorway
    Rolls me to sleep
    It rolls me to sleep
    It rolls me to sleep
    So thanks very much for asking
    But I really must say no
    I really must go
    I really must go

    What's your
    What's your maximum?
    Do it!
    Zeus!

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