You may have to rescue me
From limestone quarries frequently
Those corporate stunt shows you attend
You'll never get asked back again, say

Hello, spinal curvature
Get used to the mirthless furniture
Now we've kissed, I've written this list
I thought you ought to know

Them's the vagaries
Them's the vagaries
Them's the vagaries
Them's the vagaries
Them's the vagaries
Them's the vagaries

I'll not sit backwards on the train
I can't say I'll always flush the chain
And what I call pleasure, you may call pain (I'm talking Cliff Carlisle)

Prepare to lose your dignity
As I ride to victory
Down the aisle at Tesco wearing
Nothing much at all

(Instrumental break)

Ancient packhorse bridges we'll avoid
Marijuana bores must be destroyed...

Binmen, thin men, lexicographers
Squid yes, not so octopus
Egg sandwiches on coach trips in June?!
I simply won't be there

No way, joke shop excrement
Don't say the light show's excellent
It makes you smell of the laboratory instead of a fan of the band

Oh, flip flops, turquoise chips with apricot
Sheepskin, noseband, kids in Aldershot
You point at the finches in the yard and you ask, "What's them things there?"

Them's the aviaries
Them's the aviaries
Them's the aviaries
Them's the aviaries
And I've been saving these
Things just for you
For you
For you
For you
For you!


Lyrics submitted by gucci_piggy, edited by epiwoosh

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