"Bad, Wicked World" as written by and Charles Thompson....
Bad, wicked world
Bad, wicked world
They are about dressed to deceive
Conquistadors that have been sent
Bad, wicked world
Bad, wicked world
Some sell him out, some won't believe
An architect named David Vincent

A man too long without sleep
He took a wrong turn and people just laughed
A ship that is not there
But he knows that it was
It made a light and a buzz
He's really hurt because
People don't care
People think he's a creep
He will not stop, he keeps on talking
Just a tie and a suit
He's a lonely persuader
Fist-throwing crusader
Against invaders
Won't be mute

Bad, wicked world
Bad, wicked world
Some sell him out, some won't believe
An architect named David Vincent

Bad, wicked world
Bad, wicked world
They are about dressed to deceive
Conquistadors that have been sent

About once a week
Another story has leaks and he's on it
Just a suit and a tie
Will it ever end?
He hasn't got a friend
Pinkies that won't bend
He really must try

Bad, wicked world
Bad, wicked world
Some sell him out, some won't believe
An architect named David Vincent


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"Bad, Wicked World" as written by Charles Thompson

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    General CommentOne of the most enjoyable songs to sing while speeding down the highway drunk late at night, this song is about an old tv show 'Invaders' about just what the song's about.
    DevastatorJr.on October 05, 2006   Link

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