I stopped the car
The other day
I had to ask a little
Girl the way
I thought she'd show me better
If she got inside
And once inside
I thought I'd take her
For a little ride...
So I see the children
Feel the children
See the children
Feel the children
All the time...
See the children
Feel the children
See the children
Feel the children
All the time...
I'm a supermarket Santa
Underneath the Christmas tree
The little one all like to
Come and sit upon my knee
I have to hold them tightly
'Cause they fall to the floor
A little concern
Ain't against the law...
So I see the children
Feel the children
See the children
Feel the children
All the time
See the children on the (?)
I can't see the children
All the time
I pass by the infant school
Every single day
I push sweeties through the fence
But the kids just run way
I only want to talk with them
And join in their fun
But all the little children do
Is run run run run run...
See the children
Feel the children
All the time...
See the children
Feel the children
See the children
Feel the children
All the time...


Lyrics submitted by saturnine, edited by Mellow_Harsher

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  • +1
    General Commentis it just me or has this song always given you that creepy feeling that maybe robert doesn't have kids for a reason
    xpsychicheartsxon January 09, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthahaha. Robert Smith is so scary sometimes. This song is hilarious. What on earth possessed him to write it?
    lixtetraxon March 31, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe Cure were a Punk band at the time they did this song, and part of the whole Punk ethic was to shock, so they obviously just wrote this song to be shocking in a very tongue-in-cheek manner. I also find this song hilarious, maybe it would have been better suited to Gary Glitter! :)
    MaskOfSanityon April 09, 2006   Link
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    General Commentscary indeed..
    haha
    Cure.on August 28, 2007   Link

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