"Knockers" as written by Daniel Francis Hawkins, Francis Gilles Poullain-patterson and Justin David Hawkins....
Oh lord I'm so bored
Living on my own
The demolition derby
They say your pushing thirty
Well pushing thirty stone

Oh Christ I am tired
I want you in my sack
Your party mouth
Your anything but classy
I've just got to get you back

Its been a while,
Since I've seen you smile
But the old magic's still there !

I love what you've done with your hair
Oh yeah
I just love what you've done with your hair
Oh yeah

Oh crumbs I'm all thumbs
Lying here with you
You're beautiful and busty
I'm a little rusty
I've forgotten what to do

Its been a while
Since I made you smile
But the old magic is still there !

I just love what you've done with your hair
Oh yeah
I really love what you've done with your hair
Oh yeah
I love what you've done with your hair
Oh yeah
I really love what you've done with your hair
Oh yeah


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"Knockers" as written by Francis Gilles Poullain-patterson Daniel Francis Hawkins

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    General Commentso i looked up the ratio for stones to pounds and its like 14 pounds for 1 stone so if she was pushing 30 stones that means shes pushing 420 pounds and thats crazy and confuses me about the song slightly
    spacehogpop8on July 13, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is obviously about some chick he was going with, but he thought she was ugly and left her. Now hes seen her again and thinks shes friggin hot and wants her back. Oh ya, he likes her hair, also.
    BlackShuckon December 10, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"Your beautiful and busty"
    basically..this means she has big/nice boobs.
    and she apparantly has nice hair.
    fade-to-tornon December 18, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentPersonally I think this song is about a woman who got breast implants, and now he is regretting leaving her and wants her back. The 'I love what you have done with your hair' is a metaphor or whatever you call it for the breast implants... plus the song is called Knockers.
    DuFfYon January 06, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"I love what you've done to your hair". hes left the girl, met her again and is speachless. he doesnt know what to say and instead screeches out something ridulous. hence about her hair. in the verses you get to see what he really thinks about her. on attractiveness etc etc.
    holseon January 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis will always be a classic song for me after seeing the 2006 concert, and he came on the stage to this song in his 'manory mobile' or 'boob chariot' as he called it. it was immense, the first concert i went to and i sure as hell wont even forget it!
    crazy_spotty_mooson March 01, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentok thats ever* forget it....lol
    crazy_spotty_mooson March 01, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe "I love what you've done with your hair" would be a typical comment from a man who is actually more concerned with the woman's knockers.
    stubblychinon March 02, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLmao, that Boob Chariot was ace!
    __AwwSugaron June 17, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMaybe he likes the larger lady? Haha!
    holseon April 14, 2007   Link

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