Charly

Album: The Prodigy Experience (1991)
Charted: 3
  • Original version
    Charly says always tell your mummy before you go off somewhere
    Charly says always tell your mummy before you go off somewhere
    Charly says always tell your mummy before you go off somewhere

    Trip into drum and bass version
    Little bit of bass
    Little bit of raas

    Charly says bass
    Charly says raas
    Bass, bass, little bit of bass, little bit of bass, little bit of raas (note)
    Little bit of bass, little bit of raas
    Little bit of bass, little bit of raas
    Little bit of bass, little bit of raas Writer/s: LIAM HOWLETT
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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