It's Only Us

Album: I've Been Expecting You (1998)
Charted: 1
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  • And they want us to grow up
    But we don't want to get a job
    We all need a decent rock
    Where it's all kicking off

    Baby, it's alright, baby, it's alright
    You don't need to cause a fuss
    Baby, it's alright, baby, it's alright
    It's only us

    We're just after cheaper thrills
    Since the price went up on pills
    From Stoke-on-Trent to Beverley Hills

    We know it's all kicking off
    Baby, it's alright, baby, it's alright
    You don't need to cause a fuss
    Baby, it's alright, baby, it's alright
    It's only us
    It's only us

    Baby, it's alright, baby, it's alright
    You don't need to cause a fuss
    Baby, it's alright, baby, it's alright
    It's only us
    It's only us

    (You don't need to cause a fuss)
    (Baby, it's alright)
    It's only us Writer/s: Guy Chambers, Robert Williams
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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