"You're in a Bad Way" as written by Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs....
Toast is burned
And your coffee's cold
And you leave all the post 'cause it's nothing but bills again
Home from work
Put the TV on
Get your kicks watching Bruce on the old Generation Game

Just dial my number
I've got some plans for you
You're in a bad way
And I can help you through
You're in a bad way
Every day is just the same (every day)
Just dial my number
Or call my name

Jeans are old
And your hair's all wrong
Don't you know that crew cuts and trainers are out again?
Going out
You're feeling low
Running for cover, it looks like it's going to rain - what a shame!

Just dial my number
I've got some plans for you
You're in a bad way
And I can help you through
You're in a bad way
Every day is just the same (every day)
Just dial my number
Or call my name

Just dial my number
I've got some plans for you
You're in a bad way
And I can help you through
You're in a bad way
Every day seems just the same (every day)
Just dial my number
Or call my name (just dial my number)

You're in a bad way (you're a bad way)
You're in a bad way (you're a bad way)
You're in a bad way (you're a bad way)
You're in a bad way, yeah-ay

(You're in a bad way) yeah-ay


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"You're in a Bad Way" as written by Mitchell Margo Phil Margo

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    General CommentThis song is a brilliant parody about those people that sell themselves as the solution for all your problems with self-esteem and the boring routine of your life. "Everything seems wrong with your life and you're feeling totally out of fashion, so why don't you call me now for making you a fulfilled one". Actually, the Generation Game was a pathetic game show from BBC and it was presented by a man called Bruce Forsyth, thus another thing for turning your life more boring...
    circusjuggleron September 17, 2006   Link

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