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Viewing Lyrics for One Fine Automobile:

Artist:Black Happy
No album artwork found
Album:Friendly Dog Salad
Track:One Fine Automobile
 
Date Added:18/10/2007
Rating:not yet rated     
Views:1185
 
Lyrics:They think that all they're doing is alright
And all we're doing is wrong
But now the
gavel's coming down on our head
For far too long
You know I think
so...

Sometimes I get so out of it
I get so down on myself
And that's
wrong
'Specially after the price was paid
For me let me tell you 'bout
it...

How sometimes I wallow in it
I should it keeps a smile on my face
And
that's good
But I'm going all the way home
And now I'm gonna show my soul
To all that
is in between

So on this sabbath
The wierdest person in all of Christendom
Is
getting down on his knees
To say thanks to the brothers and sisters
To show them all he's
seen
And to say thanks to them for
Keeping the smile on his face that would
Bring a
politician to his knees...

The point is moot
I get the car
(repeat
3 or 4 times...)

So the joy I'm talking about
Is well worth shouting about
But
it sets 'em off makes 'em turn around
And walk the other way but I gotta thank You
For
keeping the smile on my face
While the other one has turned
His back to run
away...

The point is moot
I get the car
(repeat 4 times
 
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