"K" as written by and Tom Pintens Ellen Schoenaerts....
I guess you could say
that I need her
I'm doing everything
just to please her
I'm taking her clothes
to the cleaners
and her friends and family's as well
and her friends and family's as well

Lets go!

I'm looking for my girl
have you seen her?
He said yeah, yeah,
but I don't want to tell you
I think she's outside
in the bathtub
with two other naked guys
or was it three other naked guys?

And I think it's time to run
but then we jump into your bed
and the time will pass with nothing said
there's no jealousy and there's no fear
just excitement at the two bodies near
and the comfort of each other's smell
why it keeps working I could never really tell

It's just a feeling
that must be shared
That must be shared
That must be shared

Come on
Come on
Come on

And I think its time to break up
but then we jump into your bed
and the time will pass with nothing said
there's no jealousy and there's no fear
just excitement at the two bodies near
and the comfort of each other's smell
why it keeps working I could never really tell

It's just a feeling that must be shared
That must be shared
That must be shared

Yeah, it must be shared
It must be shared



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    General CommentThis song is about a young cuntstruck shmuck who is having a relationship with some westie slag called Kay. He knows she's a slag and that he should give her the arse but like any young bloke the little head rules the big head and they jump into bed for great break up sex - which is the best sex.
    Kiwi_Dudeon December 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentVery poor lyrics, which is a shame for such catch music. Especially the verse about the bath tub and the naked guys.. the wording is very elementary.
    productofthe80son January 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentReally catchy tune, and an excellent song.
    nirvanaramaon May 15, 2008   Link

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