Album: Speak English Or Die (1985)
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  • I woke up, can't wait to eat
    Got my cereal, boy was I beat
    Opened the fridge, and to my dismay
    There was no milk, my mother will pay

    I want some milk, my coffee grows cold
    I want some milk, I should've been told

    I wish I had some god damn milk
    My Cheerios just ain't the same
    I wish I had some god damn milk
    Too bad the milkman never came

    I can't go out to the store
    I'll just wait till my mother buys more
    I'll just have wheat thins and beer
    If I get sick, the toilet is near

    I want some milk, my coffee grows cold
    I want some milk, I should've been told

    I wish I had some god damn milk
    My Cheerios just ain't the same
    I wish I had some god damn milk
    Too bad the milkman never came

    I want some milk, my coffee grows cold
    I want some milk, I should've been told Writer/s: CHARLIE L BENANTE, DANIEL LILKER, SCOTT IAN, WILLIAM MASSEY
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
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