Fashion Awards
by Eels

Album: Shootenanny! (2003)
  • Let's go down to the fashion show
    With all the pretty people that you don't know
    We'll sit down in the velvet chairs
    They'll hand awards out for best hair
    And if we don't win one, well, then
    We'll blow off our heads in despair
    We'll blow off our heads in despair

    I smell magic in the room
    Flashing lights and sonic booms
    Lovely saps all without a care
    Nobody said that the world was fair
    And if they did say so, well, then
    We'll blow off our heads in despair
    We'll blow off our heads in despair

    Let's go down to the fashion show
    With all the pretty people and piles of blow
    We'll sit down in the velvet chairs
    And hang on tight to our bus fare
    And if it falls between the seats
    We'll blow off our heads in despair
    We'll blow off our heads in despair Writer/s: MARK O. EVERETT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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