Whatever! I went down to the beach and saw Kiki She was all like "Eeeeh" and I was like "Whatever" This chick comes up to me she's all like
Like "Hey aren't you that dude" I'm like "Whatever" So later I'm at the pool hall this girl comes up She's like "Awww" and I'm like "Whatever" 'Cause this is my United States of Whatever
And this is my United States of Whatever And this is my United States of Whatever It's three a.m. I'm round the corner wearing my leather This dude comes up like "Hey punk" I'm like "Whatever"
Then I'm throwing dice in the alley Officer Leeroy comes up Like "Hey I thought I told you not to..." "Yeah whatever!" Then up comes Zafron I'm like "Hey Zafron" He's like "What's up" I'm like "That's cool"
Cause this is my United States of Whatever And this is my United States of Whatever
Writer/s: LIAM LYNCH
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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Edward Pearce from Ashford, Kent, EnglandThanks for correcting my songfact, Chris, though I believe 'United States Of Whatever' still holds the record for the shortest ever UK Top 10 single. Incidently since you posted your comment Nukleuz DJ's record has been broken by the 64 second 'Spider Pig' track by Hans Zimmer, which reached #24 in 2007 purely on download sales.
Pinkmonty from London, Englandits great to have in your head while your boss/lecturer/teacher is screeching at you, even better than looking at thier forhead or thinking what they would look like naked, or on the toilet.
Chris from Belfast, IrelandThis is not the shortest ever single to chart in the UK. That honour goes to Nukleuz DJ's with DJ Nation: Only 75 seconds long and reached no.40 in 2002.
In The Beatles "When I'm 64," Paul McCartney asks a woman if she'll still be there for him when he's 64. In 2006, he got his answer when shortly before his 64th birthday, he and Heather Mills separated.
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