"Aint it funny how the factorys doors close round the time that the school doors close?"
no it's not Mr De La Rocha
Maybe because you smell like TRILL
FFS...I live in the Northwest of England.
surely it should be "a few questions that i require the answers to"
She probably needed to know what she needed to know.
At least Mew had the decency to answer the question :)
Do you love me?
do you wanna get funky?
is it good to you?
and possibly the stupidest: can I get a what-what?
STOP ASKING THESE QUESTIONS!!!
Makes me want to make a "mines a mint choc chip Craig" joke but then he goes on to all those terrible ice cream based lines without a hint of irony!
Who's-a gonna sit on the fence when I'm not there?
crept in your room, woke you from your sleep, to make love to you, is that alright?
Ugly guy: rape
WHO LET THEM OUT THEN???
to shake his hand
and felt that what was missing was a ram. Possibly the same visionary who made considerable improvements to the bah bah, by the simple expedient of adding bomps.
yes, you can.
Who put the bomp
In the bomp bah bomp bah bomp?
Who put the ram
In the rama lama ding dong?
Who put the bop
In the bop shoo bop shoo bop?
Who put the dip
In the dip da dip da dip ?
The incinerator at Papworth General
slight risk of accident and injury there Paul
Who put your granny in the granny house?
Who put the bad in the madhouse?
Who put that junk in the junk house?
Who put the fun in the fun house?
Who put your dad in the half house?
Who put the boys in the clubhouse?
Who put the cat in the cat house?
Who dug the hole in the outhouse?
Who put Whitey in the White House?
All from Crash Test Dummies - Keep A Lid On Things:
When will I get my picture in the paaaaay-per?
I can't answer that
yes Marcus, yes you did, and you have compounded the issue by seeking confirmation of your original foible in the most patronising way possible.
Not really her problem, pal...
I don't know but I'm not entirely sure of your grammar
well, denying the Holocaust would be pretty bad...
This must be the most rubbish question in song because it isn't a question at all. More of an order.