"Kooks" as written by and David Bowie....
Will you stay
In our lover's story
If you stay
You won't be sorry

'cause we believe in you
Soon you'll grow, so take a chance
With a couple of kooks
Hung up on romancing

We bought a lot of things
To keep you warm and dry
A funny old crib
On which the paint won't dry

I bought you
A pair of shoes
A trumpet you can blow
And a book of rules

Of what to say to people
When they pick on you
'cause if you stay with us
You're gonna be pretty kooky too

Won't you stay
In our lover's story
If you stay
You won't be sorry

'cause we believe in you
Soon you'll grow, so take a chance
With a couple of kooks
Hung up on romancing

If you ever have to
Go to school
Remember how they messed up
This old fool

Don't pick fights
With the bullies or the cads
I'm not much cop at fighting
Other people's dads

And if the homework
Brings you down
Then we'll throw it on the fire
And take the car down town

Won't you stay
In our lover's story
If you stay
You won't be sorry

'cause we believe in you
Soon you'll grow, so take a chance
With a couple of kooks
Hung up on romancing

Won't you stay
In our lover's story
If you stay you
Won't be sorry

'cause we believe in you
Soon you'll grow, so take a chance
With a couple of kooks
Hung up on romancing



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"Kooks" as written by David Bowie

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