Camel Crew

Album: Deep Down Happy (2020)
  • This carvery is on the house
    Service is slow, all the glasses are stained
    But carry on, it always comes
    (Sooner than you think)

    The steak is dry, the wine is weak
    This dialogue, is badly written
    And cheapened by the need
    For well cast female leads

    The camel crew in baby blue
    Parked in a van and all the lenses are stained
    Stay in your home
    Home on the range
    And it's a new day now
    Well now, fifty-one
    Kicking his hands
    Your hands to the reins
    And it's a new day

    This avant garde is still the same
    Go to goldsmiths and they dye their fringes
    To know they've made it only
    When they sign the rights to Sony

    Where the steps are swept
    And the lawn is neat
    The flowerbeds shame the neighbors
    Milo knew he'd made it when he
    Got his first mock Tudor semi, alright

    The camel crew in baby blue
    Parked in a van and all the lenses are stained
    Stay in your home
    Home on the range
    And it's a new day now
    Well now, fifty-one
    Kicking his hands
    Your hands to the reins
    And it's a new day

    You say it's boring, but it's not
    Well it's only, I forgot
    Call a number, make a change

    And in the morning when it's hot
    You just close your eyes and watch
    Just call a number, make a change Writer/s: Alexander Rice, Alexandra Greenwood, Benjamin Mack, Henry Young, Oliver Dewdney, Robert Knaggs
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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