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Telephone call woke me up at noon
I thought it was much too soon
Pulled the covers tightly up and then
I went back to sleep again

Woke once more at half past one
Getting out of bed's no fun
I'm so cozy, won't you pretty please
Bring a bowl of Rice Crispies?

Feeling lazy, feeling tired
Feeling sleepy, feeling slow
Feeling slothful, feeling sluggish
Feeling drowsy, don't you know?
(x2)

Not up yet, it's after two
Nice here laying close to you
Feeling like a happy kitty cat
Pat my head and scratch my back

Clock tells me it's nearing three
No place that I'd rather be
What a lazy lazy life this is

Feeling lazy, feeling tired
Feeling sleepy, feeling slow
Feeling slothful, feeling sluggish
Feeling drowsy, don't you know?
(x2)

What's the hurry anyway?
I can wait to start my day
Won't you stay in bed with me?
Eat candy bars and watch TV

Now, my dear, it's after four
Can't get enough so give me more
Five o'clock is already past
Darkness is approaching fast

Feeling lazy, feeling tired
Feeling sleepy, feeling slow
Feeling slothful, feeling sluggish
Feeling drowsy, don't you know?
(x2)




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    General Commenti love their sounds. its amazingly unique.
    wcaitlinon March 28, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is basically everyday of my life.
    tuff ghoston July 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentOmg. This song is self explanatory and I want to find a girl like this to nap with all day. :(
    The_Variableon May 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAbout those lazy Saturday/Sunday afternoons when you just want to spend all day with someone in bed. It kills your weekend really fast, but it is fun
    Zzzaxxon February 09, 2009   Link

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