Jorge Regula

Album: The Moldy Peaches (2001)
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  • My name is jorge regula. (My name is jorge regula.)
    I'm walkin' down teh street. (Im walking down the street)
    I love you (I love you)

    Let's go to the beach.

    Let's go sailing. (Lets go sailing)
    Let's get a bite to eat. (lets get a bite to eat)

    Let's go to sleep.

    I wake up in the morning. (I wake up in the morning)
    Put on my yellow shirt. (I put on my yellow shirt)
    I get a bite to eat. (I get a bite to eat)

    I go to work.

    I'm the a.v guy. (I'm the a.v guy)
    I'm the a, f and Y guy. (I'm the a, f and y guy)
    I'm the piano guy. (I'm the piano guy)

    Lets go to sleep.

    I wrote a new song. (i wrote a new song)
    It has a good beat. (it has a good beat)
    Let's talk about movies. (lets talk about movies)
    Let's get a bite to eat.

    My name is jorge regula. (My name is jorge regula.)
    Im walkin down teh street. (I'm walking down the street)
    I love you (i love you)

    Let go to sleep. Writer/s: ADAM GREEN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Exploration Group LLC, SHELLY BAY MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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