"Duffer St. George" as written by and Matthew Friedberger....
In the back of a mini cab
Me and Georgie and Nigel and Sadie:
Â??Can I use your mobile?
Can I use your mobile, Sadie?â??
On our way to Shoreditch;
Off to Fabric in Shoreditch:
Duffer St. George and I don't care.
Duffer St. George and I don't care.
On a Spitalfields Sunday
Get a two pound curry and roll ups;
Get a 12p bagel and a camouflage t-shirt and bracelets.
Â??Let me check the stalls firstâ??;
Nige wants a pint first.
Duffer St. George and I don't care.
Duffer St. George and I don't care.







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"Duffer St. George" as written by Matthew Friedberger

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    General CommentDuffer St. George is a sweater shop in London. it was actually one of the FF's first songs. it was created when Eleanor had just come back from london and was telling matt about how Duffer St. George sweaters were £100 and all the 'cool' kids had them

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