Angst In My Pants

Album: Angst In My Pants (1982)
  • I hope it doesn't show
    It'll go away
    It's just a passin' phase
    It'll go away

    You can dress nautical
    Learn to tie knots
    Take lots of Dramamine
    Out on your yacht
    But when you're all alone
    And nothing bites
    You'll wish you'd stayed at home
    With someone nice
    But when you think you made it disappear
    It comes again, "Hello, I'm here", and
    I've got angst in my pants

    You can be smart as hell
    Know how to add
    Know how to figure things
    On yellow pads
    Answer so no one knows
    What you just said
    But when you're all alone
    You and your head
    What's the computer say, it's mumbling now
    It says "hey Joe"
    It's spelled it out and
    "You've got angst in your pants"
    "You've got angst in your pants"

    But when you think
    But when you think you've made it disappear
    You're sure you made it disappear
    And you've still got angst in your pants

    I hope it doesn't show
    It'll go away (go away)
    It's just a passin' phase
    It'll go away (go away)
    I hope it doesn't show
    It'll go away (go away)
    Give it a hundred years
    It won't go away
    And I've got angst in my pants
    I've got angst in my pants
    I've got angst in my pants
    I've got angst in my pants
    I've got angst in my pants
    I've got angst in my pants
    I've got angst in my pants
    I've got angst in my pants Writer/s: Ronald D Mael, Russell Craig Mael
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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