"Mars Bars" as written by Damian Stephen O'neill and Michael Bradley....
I need a Mars Bar
Hey raid the Spa
To help me through the day
I need a Mars Bar
I've had total fun
It helps me, makes me, work rest and play
It helps me, makes me, work rest and play

I never eat my dinner
I push away the plate
You can see I'm getting thinner
Because I just can't wait

To get my Mars Bar
Hey raid the Spa

To Patrick Moore and David Bowie
And all the other stars
There's evidence here to show
That there's life on Mars

I need a

There's glucose for energy
Caramel for strength
The chocolate's only there
To keep it the right length

I need a

To anybody out there who still eats Twix?
Anybody on packets of Buttons?
I gave them up when I was six
I hope your teeth are rotten

I need a

Work, rest and play


Lyrics submitted by gsleith

"Mars Bars" as written by Michael Bradley Damian Stephen O'neill

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    General CommentNot sure about "I've had total fun" If anyone can come up with a better suggestion I'll change it
    gsleithon August 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentReferences explained (for International fans)

    Mars Bar - nougat topped with caramel and covered with milk chocolate - not to be confused with the american chocolate which contained almonds.

    Twix - chocolate snack or candy bar made by Mars, Inc. consisting of a cookie centre topped with caramel and coated in milk chocolate.

    Packets of Buttons - chocolate buttons

    Patrick Moore - famous UK astronomer

    Spar - Local convenience store
    gsleithon August 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think the line should be, "I've had ten so far".

    Brilliant song!
    nathanpooon November 30, 2011   Link

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