Little Bag Of Hair

Album: Making Dens (2006)
  • Nintendo machines in hospitals are always broken
    Chewing jay cloths relieves the pain from mouth ulcers
    I've got a crush on a girl
    But I'm gonna have to work on that
    They say that being in the army makes you hard
    But I don't know about that

    [Chorus:]
    Ice cream blender, pocket money spender
    Off-chart behavior, granulated banana flavor
    Let's play nurses and doctors
    Until the real nurses and doctors catch us shouting curses
    Hiding in boxes until the real nurses and doctors come

    I used to have a little bag of hair
    And wish it was my hair
    My Dad would bring me Air fix fighters
    The glue would get all over the bed
    At my fingertips enough morphine to put me in that jet
    A 4am that little red button was all I had left

    [Chorus]
    Ice cream blender, pocket money spender
    Off-chart behavior, granulated banana flavour
    Let's play nurses and doctors
    Until the real nurses and doctors catch us shouting curses
    Hiding in boxes until the real nurses and doctors comeWriter/s: STEVEN BLAINE HARRISON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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