Mr. C

Album: Peroxide (2014)
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  • You must be blind, you're blind, you're blind
    Or maybe I'm unkind, unkind, unkind
    You're the rich boy from my town, my town, my town
    But that can't win me round, me round, me round
    Oh you and all your people
    You think I like you cause you bought me a drink
    But I'm just short of cash and able to wink

    Excuse me Mr. C
    Who you tryna kid?
    I'll take the drink, but if you think
    You're coming home with me
    Who you tryna kid?
    Oh you're so vain

    When you're under the lights, the lights, you're alright
    But conversation's dry, you're dry, you're dry
    Just trying to boast about your parents' house in the south of France
    And I'm laughing at the way you dance
    You're gone, you're gone, you're all gone
    Oh you and all your people
    I've come to conclusion you're quite fit
    But I'm under no illusion you're a dick

    Excuse me Mr. C
    Who you tryna kid?
    I'll take the drink, but if you think
    You're coming home with me
    Who you tryna kid?
    Oh you're so vain, I can't believe it

    I, I never meant to hurt or make you cry
    Your mum's outside, she's waiting for you in her new X5
    I'm sure she'll dry those eyes

    Excuse me Mr. C
    Who you tryna kid?
    I'll take the drink, but if you think
    You're coming home with me
    Who you tryna kid?
    Oh you're so vain, I can't believe it

    Excuse me Mr. C (excuse me Mr. C)
    Excuse me Mr. C (one more champagne please)
    Excuse me Mr. C (and a strawberry daiquiri)
    Excuse me Mr. C (excuse me Mr. C) Writer/s: KAREN ANN POOLE, LILY ROSE BEATRICE ALLEN, NINA LINDBERG NESBITT, STEVE MAC
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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