Mansion Song

Album: My Best Friend is You (2010)
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  • I fancy the hip rock 'n' roll sinister
    I wanna be fucked and then rolled over
    Cause I'm an independent woman of the 21st century
    No time for knits, I want sex and debauchery
    I read glamor and the guardian

    I like flowers & I'm hardy & I take cocaine
    I don't give a fuck about her I want your name
    I can get fucked like the best of men
    Like the best of men Like the worst of pain
    Inflicted on another young girl again
    Impressed by another guitar hero
    He's a top score & you're a zero
    You're out of your league

    There ain't no rubber on the tracks it's gravel
    You fall hard, cut quick and it's an STD, a cut knee
    You're a side of stage grasp, a laugh
    An after show party in a bath

    Fucked and expected to be fucked
    A gasp from an uninformed intruder
    The crowd go wild and things get ruder

    They're already out of hand and there's no-one here
    To take your hand. It's a cold shower and a scramble
    For a dirty pair of knicker, don't get yours mixed up with hers
    Now get out of bed, get out of bed, get out get out get get out of bed

    Get up, get down & get undressed! Cause that's what you
    Do best, strip, strip strip n shag, fuck get fucked 'n drag,
    And be impressed, by the better sex, take a piece of raw
    Vegetable and hold it to your breast and say you stood
    For nothing. You were just a hole that lacked passion,
    Another undignified product of society. That girl
    Should have been a mansion. Writer/s: KATE MARIE NASH
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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