"Small Talk Stinks" as written by Daniel Gaston Ash, Kevin Haskins, David Jay and Peter John Murphy....
Small talk stinks
Small talk stinks
Small talk stinks
Small talk stinks
See the young man in his new gown
Talking up to his bouffant drag
He say he loves you with flowers
Something that he's never had
A sentence should be like a serpent
Quick with a sting in its tail
String me a line that has meaning and depth
There's no small talk with walky talkies
Small talk stinks

I said it stinks
Small talk stinks
Small talk stinks

You whisper sweet nothings chit-chat back-chat
There's no idle gossip in braille
Taking combs three times a day
Twice an hour
Identikit cute lips from wall to wall
Stand in line for the photo call
See the young man in his new gown
Talking up to his bouffant drag
Small talk stinks
Small talk stinks
Small talk stinks
Small talk stinks



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"Small Talk Stinks" as written by David Jay Daniel Gaston Ash

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