"106 Beats That" as written by and Robert Gotobed Graham Lewis....
If you had a room, he'd paint it white
Avoids the day, prefers the night
Build sight
Got a head for figures
No time for bickerers
Or so he says
prefers the company of a woman
One-two-three four
Finds it more physical
That's an important word
Always seen first then heard
Such a rare bird

With praise he glows, with change he grows
He finds that important
Hates waiting, it's not stimulating
Can't understand why that is so funny
That is sex


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"106 Beats That" as written by Colin John Newman Bruce Clifford Gilbert

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    General CommentAccording to "Rip it up and Start Again," this was written as an excercise. It was to be a narrative 100 syllables long, but Newman couldn't cut it down any further.
    Palemovieon April 23, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about a perfect man
    acidcasualitie138on June 17, 2004   Link

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