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£0.45 GBP or moreBuy Now It's life, Anderson, but not as we know it! This is the jaunty type of pop/folkrock tune that a certain banker would sing if he had actually deserved the honours in the first place. Get it?!
LyricsWoke up each morning, caught the 6:45â€˜Mind the gapâ€™ if you want to survive Strut the Mile â€“ fifty beggars in tow Two double whiskies and Iâ€™m ready to go. I count the numbers as they fall through the floor Itâ€™s boom or bust, baby â€“ you know the score. Donâ€™t look for sympathy â€“ I gave it away, But I kept my whisky â€˜cause Iâ€™m happy that way Woah, woah â€¦â€¦ I crossed the ocean â€“ took the luxury line To a hot little haven where they save me a dime The folks back home have to live in the cold Too many whiskies and itâ€™s taken its toll Woah, woah â€¦â€¦ Iâ€™ve got my pension â€“ I get six hundred grand Wonâ€™t give it back - it helps pay for the tan Stop the press â€“ I know what youâ€™re gonna say Iâ€™m a single malt bastard but Iâ€™m happy that way Woah, woah â€¦â€¦ Get up each morning, catch the 6:45
CreditsLyrics by Brian Cooling. Music by Cooling/Woodward. Performed and arranged by b.e_cooling.
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