Mrs. Hutchinson

  • Well Mrs.Hutchinson
    You're looking healthy (huh)
    But just in case
    Here's a pill a remedy

    Well Mrs.Hutchinson
    This is something
    That little upset, I thought I'd diagnosed
    Well not to worry, it's not what I supposed

    You better sit down son, your mother's very ill (aah)
    We may have to operate, it's more than just a chill
    But don't you worry, it's all in competent hands
    We believe it's under the ribs or one of the glands

    Well Mrs.Hutchinson
    Eat up your breakfast (come on)
    Don't smoke it stunts your growth
    Stick to your diet, let's hope that you're insured

    Come on, eat your breakfast!

    Well Mrs.Hutchinson
    You must be very pleased to know you're leaving here
    We're going to miss you so (hold on)
    Here comes your son again

    Are you thirsty son, I think you'll need a drink
    There's been some complications, she's very near the brink
    I have to tell you, it's my duty to speak
    Your Mother will not last the week

    Shame Writer/s: CATHAL JOSEPH SMYTH, CHRISTOPHER JOHN FOREMAN, DANIEL MARK WOODGATE, GRAHAM MCPHERSON, LEE JAY THOMPSON, MARK WILLIAM BEDFORD, MICHAEL BARSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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