Don't Mix Your Drinks

Album: Asleep In The Back (2001)
  • Don't mix your drinks
    Don't mix with him
    It will kill you one day
    Good advice
    Sound advice
    Why can't you be like him, like me
    Look what you could achieve

    I'm coming cap in hand
    Begging you to listen
    Something draws me in
    I just can't christen it

    Don't mix your drinks
    Don't mix with him
    It will kill you one day
    Good advice
    Sound advice
    You need to be like this, like me

    I'm coming cap in hand
    Begging you to listen
    Something draws me in
    I just can't christen it Writer/s: Peter James Turner, Richard Barry Jupp, Craig Lee Potter, Mark Potter, Guy Edward John Garvey
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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