Make a way for the queen
He's got the most spectacular wardrobe you've ever seen
So what if he bleaches his hair
And dresses are what he likes to wear
Who are you to say what he should do

People in glass houses don't throw stones, no, no, no
People in glass houses don't throw stones, no, no, no

And you say he's a fool
And you make this supposition cause you know he never went to school
So what if he can't do this two times two
He can do other things you can't do, I can't do, you can't do

People in glass houses don't throw stones, no, no, no
People in glass houses don't throw stones, no, no, no





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    General CommentHow quaint. It's kind of like saying mind your own business; half the time you have no clue what is going on and only think you do; seems to be you have a problem when you're the younger one but not the other way around; I've given up caring that you got some last night; and I'm still pissed that you feel it is acceptable to publically lecture me like a daddy. Yeah, that's kind of what she's singing, at least in my world at the moment.
    IllToast2Thaton February 18, 2013   Link

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