Fat Babies

Album: I Love Everybody (1994)
  • said I don't like hippies
    And I don't like cornbread
    And I don't like much
    I said I don't hippies
    And I don't like cornbread
    And I don't like much
    But that's okay
    Fat babies have no pride
    Fat babies have no pride
    Fat babies have no pride
    And that's okay
    Who needs pride
    I like you
    Cause you like me
    And you don't like much
    I like you
    Cause you like me
    And you don't like much
    And that's okay
    Cause fat babies have no pride
    Fat babies have no pride
    Fat babies have no pride
    And that's okay
    Who needs pride
    Fat babies make me sick
    Fat babies make me ill
    All that fat baby drooling
    And that fat baby smell
    I said I don't like hippies
    And I don't like cornbread
    And I don't like much
    But I like you
    Cause you like me
    And you don't like much
    And that's okay
    Cause fat babies have no pride
    Fat babies have no pride
    Fat babies have no pride
    And that's okay
    Who needs pride anyway Writer/s: DAVID ERIC TAYLOR, LYLE PEARCE LOVETT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Tom from Marble Falls, ArTo me, Lyle Lovett is like Wayne Newton: Everybody's heard of them, but no one actually knows why they're famous! I just looked Lyle up to find out what he sang that wasn't a cover or a Vegas act.
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