Stacks
by Pulp

Album: Razzmatazz Single (1993)
Charted: 50
  • I saw you standing at the stop in your crochet halter top and your sky-blue training bra
    I know you're gonna go too far
    You're driving all the boys insane down by the sports hall in the rain
    Chewing-gum, a navy dress, a purple shirt and all the rest
    Oh there's stacks to do and there's stacks to see and there's stacks to touch
    And there's stacks to be, so many ways for you to spend your time
    Such a lot that I know/ that you've got ah-ah
    I heard you let him touch too much on the back seat of the bus
    Did you stay over at his place?
    And did you do it? was he ace?
    The world is bigger every day and you've always got something to say
    And you've always got somewhere to go
    It's getting faster don't you know?
    And there's stacks to do and there's stacks to see
    And there's stacks to touch and there's stacks to be
    So many ways for you to spend your time
    Such a lot that I know that you've got ah-ah
    Oh there's stacks to do and there's stacks to see
    Oh yes stacks to touch and there's stacks to be
    So many ways for you to spend your time
    Such a lot that I know that you've got
    Places to go and faces to kiss and boys to confuse
    Are the boys good to miss?
    There's so many ways for you to spend your time
    Such a lot that I know that you've got yeah
    I know that you've got oh I know that you've got
    You got it!
    Writer/s: CANDIDA DOYLE, JARVIS BRANSON COCKER, NICK BANKS, RUSSELL SENIOR, STEPHEN PATRICK MACKEY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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