"On Something" as written by Owen Hopkin, Davey Macmanus, Richard John Carter and Daniel Raymond Harris....
Only one of us lucky enough
To be collapsed in a corner looking down from up above

Just the kid with the juttering jaw
And the billion squillion stunners that he swore that he saw

Just the one of crazy enough
To unleash preposterous theories on the origins of frogs
Whilst also preparing a picnic with one sandwich missing

He must be, he's gotta be
He must be, he's gotta be
He must be, he's gotta be
Must be, he's gotta be

On something
On something
On something
He must be, he's gotta be

On something
On something
On something
He must be, he's gotta be

Only one of us loves the black night
Keeps his curtains shut throughout the stupid daylight

Just the kid with the long end of the stick
Impersonating Popeye for the whole world's benefit

Just the one of us crazy enough
To rejoice in having the blunt blade of a lacerating lawnmower
Ruthlessly rotate inside his jelly and ice cream head

He must be, he's gotta be
He must be, he's gotta be
He must be, he's gotta be
Must be, he's gotta be

On something
On something
On something
He must be, he's gotta be

On something
On something
On something
He must be, he's gotta be

Only one of us on something
Only one of us on something
Only one of us on something
Only one of us on something

He must be, he's gotta be
He must be, he's gotta be
He must be, he's gotta be
On something

He must be, he's gotta be
He must be, he's gotta be
He must be, he's gotta be
On something


Lyrics submitted by mouis

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