Everything is wrapped in plastic
And nice and shiny and clean and bright
I find it somehow reassuring
That I can buy groceries in the middle of the night
Makes me feel glad to be alive,
I buy tropical fruit for £1.45
A sale chokes me up so that I can barely speak
I bought 47 bags of bubble and squeak

I found myself at the supermarket
It's everything I ever wanted to be
I found myself at the supermarket
Buy happiness and get one free

Sainsburys, Waitrose, Safeway, Tescos
A temple to consumerism a go-go
Gosh, the excitement never stops,
It's not just like those other high street shops
I know I'll be happy in love forever more
The day that I can buy a boy at the grocery store
Put him in my basket, take him home with me,
Exchange him for another if we ever disagree


If I should be so impolite as to die
Just wrap me up in the frozen foods aisle
Tin me, box me, sell me like coffee
Market me make money off me


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