"Cheap" as written by Brett Anderson and Richard Oakes....
You never move in trendy circles
You don't have a social life
You never seek sophistication
You're under qualified
You never heard Debussy
You never had the time

But everything that you do is wonderful

You're cheap as the perfume that you wear
You're cheap as the bottled sunshine in your hair
You're cheap as Americana and you see
You're cheap as your sunbed suntan, cheap as me

You don't know any famous people
Your life is never televised
You never had a decent teacher
You never studied genocide
You never read De Beauvoir
You never had the time

But everything that you say is wonderful

You're cheap as the perfume that you wear
You're cheap as the airbrushed women cheap as air
You're cheap as Americana and you see
You're cheap as your bottled suntan
Cheap as cheap as me

Shine onward with your life
Shine

You're cheap as the perfume that you wear
You're cheap as the bottled sunshine in your hair
You're cheap as Americana and you see
You're cheap as your sunbed suntan, cheap as me

Cheap as me
You're cheap as me
You're cheap as me
You're cheap as me
You're cheap as me
You're cheap as me

You're cheap as me

You never seek sophistication
You don't have a social life
You never read Prozac Nation
You never had the time


Lyrics submitted by ruben

"Cheap" as written by Richard John Oakes Brett Lewis Anderson

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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