"Earache My Eye" as written by Richard Marin, Thomas Chong and Gaye James Joseph Delorme....
My momma talkin' to me tryin' to tell me how to live
But I don't listen to her 'cause my head is like a sieve
My daddy, he disowned me 'cause I wear my sister's clothes
He caught me in the bathroom with a pair of pantyhose

My basketball coach, he done kicked me off the team
For wearin' high heel sneakers and actin' like a queen

The world's comin' to an end, I don't even care
As long as I can have a limo and my orange hair
And it don't bother me if people think I'm funny
'Cause I'm a big rock star and I'm makin' lots of money
Money, money, money, money, money, money
Ahh, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

I'm so bloody rich ha ha ha ha
I own apartment buildings and shopping centers ha ha ha ha
And I only know three chords ha ha ha ha




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"Earache My Eye" as written by Richard Marin Gaye James Joseph Delorme

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    General CommentI recently bought this song on impulse when I was messing around with my ipod. I was amazed how it still made me laugh after all these years (and you know, it's a pretty decent guitar lick!). I played it for my kids and they loved it!
    Ericdawingnuton July 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI recently bought this song on impulse when I was messing around with my ipod. I was amazed how it still made me laugh after all these years (and you know, it's a pretty decent guitar lick!). I played it for my kids and they loved it!
    Ericdawingnuton July 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is a good song......good for a theme song or something....I usually listen to it in my 1979 Lincoln Town Car
    TidewaterHippieon April 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is a good song......good for a theme song or something....I usually listen to it in my 1979 Lincoln Town Car
    TidewaterHippieon April 10, 2007   Link

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