On the last night on earth when the horses run free The scriptures foretell of a party in Hackney In a dimly lit room crammed with loathing and hate They're selling their souls and I just can't wait
I shrivel inside at the sight of her beauty I fall to the floor as she's shaking her booty The rain makes me shiver, the wind turns me blue Oh the things we get up to, to get through the night after you
I knew it was wrong, I began to suspect When she reached over and pressed the eject I was up to the gunnels against your advice I felt so ashamed that I did it twice
From disco to disco, from Safeway to Tesco We're shopping around from the cradle til death row From Tesco it's down to the 7-11 To chase through the night time, to chase through the night after you After you
I can't explain why I need to be free But if you need to be naked that's alright by me It's the fast track express to the graveyard, I know So what are you waiting for? Hey ho, let's go
From disco to disco; from Safeway to tesco We're shopping around from the cradle til death row Don't stop til the train has pulled into the station I'll hold the door for you no, I insist, after you After you After you
Writer/s: Candida Doyle, Jarvis Branson Cocker, Mark Andrew Webber, Nick Banks, Stephen Patrick Mackey
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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