"All Men Are Liars" as written by and Nicholas Orain Lowe....
All men (all men)
All men are liars
Their words ain't worth no more than worn out tires
Hey girls (girls)
Bring rusty pliers to pull this tooth
All men are liars, and that's the truth

Well do you remember Rick Astley?
He had a big fat hit that was ghastly
He said "I'm never gonna give you up or let you down"
Well I'm here to tell you that Dick's a clown
Though he was just a boy when he made that vow
I'd bet it all that he knows by now that

All men (all men)
All men are liars
Their words ain't worth no more than worn out tires
Hey girls (girls)
Bring rusty pliers to pull this tooth
All men are liars, and that's the truth

Of all God's creatures man must be
The most slimy and slippery now
There stands the naked ape in a monkey suit
Behind the little moustache he grew, the shifty brute
All the ones not choking on the words they ate
Are sweating on getting their stories straight

All men (all men)
All men are liars
Their words ain't worth no more than worn out tires
Hey girls (girls)
Bring rusty pliers to pull this tooth
All men are liars, and that's the truth

All men (all men)
All men are liars
Their words ain't worth no more than worn out tires
Hey girls (girls)
Bring rusty pliers to pull this tooth
All men are liars
And all men are liars
All men are liars
And all men are liars
And that's the truth


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"All Men Are Liars" as written by Nick Lowe

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    General CommentOriginally sung by Nick Lowe, this song is basically just an anthem for all those women who've been hurt by men and then became pissed off at their whole sex.

    Rick Astley was a pop sensation discovered by the producer Pete Waterman. After that, Waterman's production team -- Stock, Aitken & Waterman -- took Astley under their wing, writing and producing such impeccably crafted pop singles such as "Never Gonna Give You Up". After two hugely successful albums, Astley grew tired of being labeled Stock, Aitken & Waterman's "puppet" and severed his connections with the team.
    VampedVixenon November 07, 2004   Link

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