Disco Friends

Album: Overtones (2007)
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  • She's got a whole lot of disco friends,

    she's got a whole lot of disco friends,
    Disco ladies and gentlemen,
    Eating their faces from the inside out,
    Freaky dancing til the late am,
    Music stripping down the wall I swear,
    She's catching fishies in her disco net,
    Throwing kisses in the powder room,
    Slowly sucking on a cigarette

    She knows an awful lot of disco kids,
    Novelty sun glasses and mullet wigs,
    She says she wants to be a stylist,
    Or maybe something in the music biz,
    Daddies rich, mummies beautiful,
    They always said she'd make a top model,
    But now she's hiding out in disco land,
    A happy clappy trust experience

    Disco friends

    Disco friends
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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