"Karpet King" as written by Adam L. Schlesinger and Chris Collingwood....
Gold sun-glasses and a wandering eye
He looks like he's wearing a cheap disguise
But it's real
Don't you know how it feels
He goes to work and he scares the hell
Out of all the girls down in Oradell
What a deal
Don't you know how it feels
Lay it down, lay it down
You've got to cover a lot of ground
Lay it down, lay it down
Karpet king
Karpet king
Half a drink and he's out of his head
He puts the boys back into their beds
And he's free
That's the way it should be
Out every night with the girl of his dreams
He knows it'll never be quite what it seems
To be
Don't you want hell to be
Lay it down, lay it down
You've got to cover a lot of ground
Lay it down, lay it down
Karpet king
Lay it down, lay it down, lay it down
Lay it down, lay it down, lay it down
Lay it down, lay it down, lay it down
Lay it down, lay it down, lay it down
Lay it down, lay it down, lay it down
Lay it down, lay it down, lay it down


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"Karpet King" as written by Chris Collingwood Adam L. Schlesinger

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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