Whizz Kidd

Album: Mott (1973)
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  • Little whizz kid mystified me, she was a new york city beat
    She came on flash - monster mash, motors in her feet
    Now we moved out of manhattan to her home on the brooklyn heights
    Her dads a street punk and her mums a drunk, but we made out alright

    Far far from home, oh I felt so alone
    Could not spin to the speed of the city
    Oh send me my ticket, Im too scared to stick
    With my little whizz kid - such a pity

    Now she really tried her hardest just to make me leave the band
    She even hired a toy rent-a-boy straight from a times square stand

    Oh thank you little whizz kid, but me and my friends gotta eat
    So get back to school or the tying pool, just get yourself out on the street

    Send you victorious, happy and glorious
    You got the stardust, the sawdust, and the smile
    Dont lose your sting, how Id hate you to swing
    Oh my little whizz kid you got such a style

    Shes a cute super sleeper, she dont dive in deeper
    A natural leaper, she dont let people pass
    Watch out for the auto-mite, quick or shes outta sight
    Oh my whizz kid, you know youre such a gas
    Such a gas. Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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