"Showroom" as written by Joseph Carnall, Louis Ian Carnall, Joseph Thomas Green and Thomas Lee Rowley....
Watch out!
He's always up to something
Cause he's so devious
And he's so cynical

And it makes me laugh
He's trying so hard to pretend
Acting oh so original
When he's simply following the trends

The book that you read, it is upside down
The book that you read, it is upside down
The book that you read, it is upside down
The book that you read, it is upside down

He's always saying that he's oh so right
And won't admit when he's wrong
But if I get him on his own tonight
I'm gonna find it hard, cause we don't quite get along

Too much
Sitting in the window
Sipping up your coffee
And advertising yourself

And it makes me laugh
He's trying so hard to deceive
Acting cool and cocky
When there's clearly something up your sleeve

The book that you read, it is upside down
The book that you read, it is upside down
The book that you read, it is upside down
The book that you read, it is upside down

He's always saying that he's oh so right
And won't admit when he's wrong
But if I get him on his own tonight
I'm gonna find it hard, cause we don't quite get along

Oh it's such a treacherous thing
Little boy laugh and the little boys sing
No when they come-a-calling
You can't can't help falling over, no you can't help falling down

It's evidential that you've not been taught
Oh, you just can't see
That respect is always earned not bought
So we all bow down to this weeks class clown at the showroom
Yeah, at the showroom


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"Showroom" as written by Joseph Thomas Green Joseph Carnall

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    General Commentgenius song. applies to so many fucking people!
    and lets face it, theres no better line to chant after a few beers too many than 'the book that you read it is upside down!'
    jaiandrews7on January 21, 2007   Link

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