World's Strongest Man

Album: World's Strongest Man (2018)
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  • I'm a little mashed up
    I'm the world's strongest man
    Call me when the fire starts
    But don't call me if it gets too hot
    I wanna be myself
    Don't leave me by myself
    I'm always at odds
    What a bore

    I'll play the game for you
    Only if I give a fuck
    Call me when the lightning strikes
    But don't call me if your hair turns white
    I'm on a good racing line
    But I'll crash this car
    I'm always at odds
    No more

    I'm a little bit fun
    I'm the world's strongest man
    Don't call me when the madness starts
    I'll be home watching crap TV
    'Cause when I wanna destroy
    Another tear might fall
    I'm always at odds
    No more

    I'm a little mashed up
    I'm the world's strongest man
    Call me when the fire starts
    But don't call me if it gets too hot
    I wanna be myself
    Don't leave me by myself
    I'm always at odds
    No more! Writer/s: Gareth Michael Coombes
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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