• Eat, sleep,
    And breathe that you're full of the stuff
    Go back, get tied up tight
    Wheat-meat-dairy-free, tee total,
    So happy clappy high on life
    You should try it, you know
    Go on while no one's looking

    A-ha! caught you now!
    Caught ya red handed in the biscuit tin!
    Cost you to keep me quiet

    Golden boy boots
    Pocket pedestal
    Picking shots at my moves
    Plastic, tin can, paper, separated
    Busy bee wave, wave 'save the planet' flag
    But sneaky in suburbia

    A-ha! candid camera!
    Hook, line and sinker
    For the four-wheel drive
    Cost you to keep me quiet!
    Keep me quiet! (keep me quiet!)

    Nicest sweetest
    Utmost in everything
    It's so charming, very charming
    Well reckon play the fool no one's ill at ease
    And put the deepest Swiss bank trust in you
    No one saw it coming Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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