No Fun

Album: The Stooges (1969)
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  • No fun my babe
    No fun
    No fun my babe
    No fun
    No fun to hang around
    Feelin' that same old way
    No fun to hang around
    Freaked out for another day
    No fun my babe
    No fun
    No fun my babe
    No fun
    No fun to be alone
    Walking by myself
    No fun to be alone
    In love with somebody else
    Well maybe go out, maybe stay home
    Maybe call Mom on the telephone
    Well c'mon, well c'mon
    C'mon c'mon
    Now Ron, I say Ron
    C'mon and lemme hear you tell em
    Lemme hear you tell em
    Now I feel
    I say lemme hear you
    Tell em how I feel, yeah, my man
    No fun to be alone
    It's no fun to be alone
    Hang on
    Don't you lemme go
    It's no fun to alone
    To be alone Writer/s: DAVID ALEXANDER, JAMES OSTERBERG, RONALD ASHETON, SCOTT ASHETON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Tratore, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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  • Sean from Red Bluff, CaThe Stooges is one of the greatest albums of all time. I play it every chance I get.
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