"Mummy Trade" as written by James Elliot Bourne and Charles Robert Simpson....
I don't believe this we've been friends for so long
It's so hard to see
That you'd do this to me
You came round asking just to mow the garden
You're a clever guy
'cause you did it for free, FREE!

You think I don't already know

What if I told you
I'm watching you
I've seen you too at the movies
And in the late night ja'causeees
You're screwed
And I'm done with you
So stay well clear and leave my mum alone
Leave my mum alone, mum alone, mum alone

I came home and your car was in the front yard
I went to see
What the fuck was going on?!
And I knew
I didn't ever think things could be so wrong
You unzipped your flies
Now I can't believe my eyes

You think I don't already know

What if I told you
I'm watching you
I've seen you too at the movies
And in the late night ja'causeees
You're screwed
And I'm done with you
So stay well clear and leave my mum alone
Leave my mum alone, mum alone, mum alone

You did it to;
Stephen and Ethan
Joey and Nathan
Josey and David
Peter, John and MIKE!
Alison, Alister, Monica McCalister,
Maddison, Harrison and the guy from Sarrissons
Is so they don't already know!!!!

What if I told you
They all hate you
I've told them about the movies
And all the late night ja'causeees
You're screwed
And I'm done with you
So stay well clear and leave my mum alone,
Leave my mum alone, mum alone, mum alone

What if I told you
I'm watching you
I've seen you two at the movies
And in the late night ja'causeees
You're screwed
And I'm done with you
So stay well clear and leave my mum alone,
Leave my mum alone, mum alone, mum alone.






Lyrics submitted by Amanda_4_Matt

"Mummy Trade" as written by James Bourne Charles Robert Simpson

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    General CommentI think that this song means something about someone staying away from someone's mom lol
    Amanda_4_Matton January 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commentnever herd it don't wanna
    whatever&moreon April 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about a guy who keeps going after people's mothers. He did it to Stephen and Ethan Joey and Nathan Josie and David, Peter, John and Mike, Alison, Alistair, Monica McAllistair
    Madison, Harrison and the guy from Saracens. Name some we don't already know!!? Wow this guy must have had charm, but he was a friend of the songwriter then he started chasing after their mother so the songwriter became angry and may have to threaten his charming mate "What if i told you i'm watching you". The songwriter told all the other people that the charmer was after their mothers too and now the charmer is screwed because he'll get chinned if he continues to try and get people's mothers into bed.
    Anyone who wants to take tips from this charmer who beds mothers look closely at the lyrics to see if you can pick up tips eg. "You came round asking just to mow the garden, You're a clever guy, 'Cause you did it for free" - You could try to mow peoples gardens for free so that they think you're nice when really its just another one of your tactics. Also "I came home and your car was in the front yard". This lyric suggests you have more chance if you're a car owner but also you have more chance of getting caught. Also "You undid your flies, And now I can't believe my eyes" this may suggest that the charmer is well-equipped. Other tips on not getting caught are: don't go to the movies the same time as her son and don't have late night jacuzzis whilst he is around. This song warns you to "Stay well clear and leave my mum alone Leave my mum alone Mum alone Mum alone" so you may get chinned if you don't take that advice.
    the_callingon January 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is awsome.
    Love it.
    x
    Chicken_Pieon June 24, 2006   Link
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    General Commenthaha omg I love this song... Peter John and Mike reference is awesome :D
    Jcramson January 15, 2009   Link

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