"Hot Fudge" as written by Robert Peter Williams and Guy Antony Chambers....
Yeah!

Queen Bitch, eat the rich
I'm on the second course today.
I'm not the first
And I won't be the worst
You done most of LA.
Can't find a virgin
I can get you a surgeon
24 hours a day.
Wasn't Jean Genie a Rolling Stones hit?
I'm about to be blown away.

Come on, sing it

Take me to the place where the sunshine flows
Oh my sunset rodeo.

Hot fudge
Here comes the judge
There's a green card and a way
The holy ghost
And the whole east coast
Are moving to LA
And we've been
Dreaming of this feeling
Since 1988
Mother, things have got to change
I'm moving to LA.

Take the piss
I was English
God bless you Uncle Sam.
You got a cool gene pool
And I went to school
And God knows I love to tan.
Making cents and dead presidents
Before I could count to ten.
With the nation behind me
Can't stop the limey
She's on her back again.

Come on, sing it

Take me to the place where the sunshine flows
Oh my sunset rodeo.

Hot fudge
Here comes the judge
There's a green card and a way
The holy ghost
And the whole east coast
Are moving to LA
'Cause we've been
Dreaming of this feeling
Since 1988
Mother, things have got to change
I'm moving to LA, LA, LA

Take me to the place where the sunshine flows
Oh my sunset rodeo.

Hot fudge
Here comes the judge
There's a green card and a way
The holy ghost
And the whole east coast
Are moving to LA
'Cause we've been
Dreaming of this feeling
Since 1988
Mother, things have got to change
I'm moving to

Keep a-moving keep a-moving, keep a-moving to LA
Mo, mo, mo, mo


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"Hot Fudge" as written by Guy Antony Chambers Robert Peter Williams

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    General Commentgreat song. think its about robbie's repect for america and saying how he's moving to LA.
    Handyon April 10, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis songs really puts me in the mood, it's the one I enjoy the most in Escapology. And it is about Robbie's infatuation with U.S. back then.
    Gabigson August 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis song is perfect in the summer with the windows down, thats just the kinda time that it reminds me of!
    nolovenogloryon August 26, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is wicked! Good one to dance to :-)
    x!x Holly x!xon January 04, 2006   Link
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    General Commentlove this song its awesome it makes me all hyped up
    ellisha89on February 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSpecifically, I think this is more to do with Robbie moving to his new home in Los Angeles which, apparently, has been a long-time dream of his. Can't say I blame him - had this on my MP3 player when I went to LA last year...!
    Ben Paddonon February 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYes, absolutely Ben Paddon!. I think he was so excited about moving to LA that he found everything about it appealing and enjoyable. It's very fun, very cynical, very Robbie :)
    Gabigson May 24, 2006   Link

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