"We Are The Boys" as written by and Paul Edward Draper....
And twenty one was over the hill you feel
To pick up girls was always your wet dream
You laughed about the communist century
Now it's the Marx Brothers taking over
Listened to ska, that was cool
Try and emulate those heroes, misunderstood

We are the boys, think about nothing and
We are the boys, boys have got feelings too
We are the boys, always been no one and
We are the boys, boys have got feelings too

There's never been a thing that a young boy missed
You got cars but ain't getting any
We never kept account ''cause they call us Queens
Video games, we have lost our souls
Bulldozer head ''cause we're stoned
All get hurt and bruised and tender
Bulldozer head ''cause we're stoned

We are the boys, think about nothing and
We are the boys, boys have got feelings too
We are the boys, always been no one and
We are the boys, boys have got feelings too

Boys have got feelings
Boys have got feelings too
Boys have got feelings
Boys have got feelings too

We are the boys, think about nothing and
We are the boys, boys have got feelings too
We are the boys, always been no one and
We are the boys, boys have got feelings too
We are the boys

(Boys have got feelings)
Think about nothing and
We are the boys
(Boys have got feelings too)
Boys have got feelings too
We are the boys
(Boys have got feelings)
Always been no one and
We are the boys
(Boys have got feelings too)
Boys have got feelings too
We are the boys
(Boys have got feelings)
Think about nothing and
We are the boys
(Boys have got feelings too)
Boys have got feelings too
We are the boys
(Boys have got feelings)
Always been no one and
We are the boys
(Boys have got feelings too)
Boys have got feelings too


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"We Are the Boys" as written by Paul Edward Draper

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