Beetle

Album: not on an album (2006)
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  • Hes beetle
    Hes as bad as can
    And he knows
    Hes the best

    This is beetle
    Is as bad as can
    He knows
    Hes the best

    Hes big and hes strong
    And he knows he is badder
    And he knows what he gets
    He knows what he knows
    He knows what we have
    He knows what he gets
    It gets better

    Beetle is as bad as can
    He knows hes the best
    This is beetle
    Is as bad as can
    He knows hes the best

    Hes big and hes strong
    And he knows he is badder
    And he know what he gets
    He knows what he knows
    And he knows what we have
    He knows what he gets
    It gets better
    And hes a tough guy
    And he knows and he knows the best i can

    Hes beetle
    Hes as bad as can
    He knows hes the best
    Beetle
    Is as bad as can
    And he knows hes the best
    This is beetle
    Is as bad as can
    And he knows hes the best

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    Its beetle
    Hes as bad as can
    And he knows hes the best
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  • Joe from Gallipolis, Ohthis song is a tribute to john paul george and ringo
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