Whippin' Piccadilly

Album: Bring It On (1998)
Charted: 35
  • Once upon a time, not too long ago, we took a day out in manchester
    We all fall down, there's not enough hours in our day
    Played a bit of football, fell in to the union, barged our way to the toilet
    With the kung fu king, there's not enough hours in our day

    I remember seeing someone dressed in a suit looking like a lunatic
    And we all fall down, there's not enough hours in our trip
    Well, academy cartwheel's breakin' your hands
    We got lovely posters for sale
    And we all fall down, there's not enough hours in our day

    We like lovin yeah, and the wine we share
    We like lovin yeah, and the wine we share

    Finally made our way back to the train, rolling in to sheffield tonight
    And we all fall down, there's not enough hours in our life
    So try and guess my weight and wait at the station
    We're whippin picadilly tonight
    And it all falls down, there not enought hours in our life

    We like lovin yeah, and the wine we share
    We like lovin yeah, and the wine we share Writer/s: BEN OTTEWELL, BENJAMIN JOSEPH OTTEWELL, IAN THOMAS BALL, OLIVER JAMES PEACOCK, PAUL BLACKBURN, THOMAS WILLIAM GRAY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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