"Junket Head" as written by John Melville Lee Archer, Geoffrey Franklin Crosby, Douglas James Falconer, Robert David Miles, Gregory Phillip Augustus Perano, Mark Jeremy Seymour and Raymond Vincent Tosti Guerra....
Here comes a boy with a pudding bowl haircut
Here comes a boy rough-cut with mother-sharpened scissors
And he's got hand-me-downs and sling-shot brain
Garbled excuse and tattered note
Hand-me-downs and sling-shot brain
Garbled excuse and...
Here comes a boy with a pudding bowl haircut
They call him out
"Oh no there's Junket Head"
And they're so loud
"Oh no there's Junket Head"
Here comes a boy he's got a tunnel of a mouth
Here comes a boy and he's got bat-wing doors as ears
And he's got hand-me-downs and sling-shot brain
Garbled excuse and a tunnel of a mouth
Hand-me-downs and sling-shot brain
Garbled excuse and...
Here comes a boy rough-cut with mother-sharpened scissors
Here comes a boy rough-cut when he let it slip in jump salute
And he's got hand-me-downs and sling-shot brain
Garbled excuse and tattered note
Hand-me-downs and sling-shot brain
Garbled excuse and...
Here comes a boy with a pudding bowl haircut
And they're so loud
"Oh no there's Junket Head"


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