Wasp Man

Album: Two's Missing (1969)
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  • Sting Sting ha ha
    Bzzzzzzzz
    Sting sting
    Bzzzzzzzz

    Waspman, you're gonna get buzzed
    Waspman, you're gonna get stung
    Sting
    Waspman, you're gonna get stung

    Sting, sting
    Waspman
    Sting, sting, sting
    Sting, sting, sting

    Waspman, gonna get buzzed
    Waspman, buzz
    Waspman, you're gonna get stung
    Sting, sting, sting

    Waspman, get on runnin'
    Sting, sting, sting
    Bzzzzzzzz
    Sting, sting, sting

    Bzzzzzzzz
    Sting, sting, sting Writer/s: KEITH MOON
    Publisher: GOWMONK, INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Sludge from WheelingThe guitar is very similar to In A Hand Or Face.
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