Old Skool

Album: Summer 08 (2016)
  • I love acting, I'm not acting
    Swipe that old thing for this new thing
    In the city we drive taxi
    In the front seat you won't find me
    You keep your friends, I'll keep my friends
    Have a party in the West End
    Make some money, make more money
    With your new friends throw a party

    I've got silver and signet ring
    From night climbing and fine dining
    I love sex and I love dancing
    And reclining in your backseat
    You keep your friends, I'll keep my friends
    Have a party in the West End
    Make some money, make more money
    With your new friends throw a party
    Watch your percent, watch your money
    And stop acting, acting funny
    In the city we smoke taxi
    In the backseat's where you'll find me
    You keep your friends, I'll keep my friends
    Have a party in the West End
    Make some money, make more money
    With your new friends throw a party

    You keep your friends, I'll keep my friends
    Have a party in the West End
    Make some money, make more money
    With your new friends throw a party

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    Yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah Writer/s: Joseph Patrick Mount
    Publisher: SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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