"Wrecking Ball" as written by Nicholas Hodgson, Charles Richard Wilson, Andrew Robert White, Nicholas Baines and James Rix....
It's not my problem now
Get him to sort it out
And when the dust has cleared
Look on your shoulder
It looks like we're over

You've got a lot to say
For someone who says they're okay
It must be serious
To look on my shoulder
It looks like we're over now

Hit that wall with a wrecking ball
Again, if I'm over
Hit that wall with a wrecking ball
Again, if I'm over
You are...

We got out just in time
The furniture was mine
That's most unfortunate
To look on my shoulder
It looks like we're over now

Hit that wall with a wrecking ball
Again, if I'm over
Hit that wall with a wrecking ball
Again, if I'm over
You are...

Ooh-ooh-ooh
To look on my shoulder
It looks like we're over
Look on my shoulder

Hit that wall with a wrecking ball
Again, if I'm over
Hit that wall with a wrecking ball
Again, if I'm over
You are...


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"Wrecking Ball" as written by Gerald Alan Ii Terwilliger Alessandro S Nardone

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentAbsolutely LOVE this song, one of my favorites by t'chiefs.
    thelesserthreaton July 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAnother great song by the Kaiser's, I honestly believe there is not one bad song they have done.

    Perhaps 'that wall' is his ego, and 'the wrecking ball' is someone trying to destroy it.
    angeloson August 07, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAnother great song by the Kaiser's, I honestly believe there is not one bad song they have done.

    Perhaps 'that wall' is his ego, and 'the wrecking ball' is someone trying to destroy it.
    angeloson August 07, 2005   Link

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