You killed your European son You spit on those under twenty-one But now your blue car's gone You better say so long Hey hey, bye bye bye You made your wallpapers green You want to make love to the scene Your European son is gone You'd better say so long Your clown's bid you goodbye
Writer/s: STERLING MORRISON, MAUREEN TUCKER, JOHN CALE, LOU REED
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, GARNANT MUSIC
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