"Half Timer" as written by Henry Dartnall, Thomas Dartnall and Oliver Askew....
A celery
You need a
A celery
If you want to fit in

A celery
It gets you through to half time
A celery

Why don't you, erm, smash the system from within
(A celery)

Get yourself a promotion
And then take your children to the zoo for the weekend
(A celery)
With the extra cash you've got there

I got some cash
(A celery)
Oooh, I had a job once, it was awful

A celery

Bloodsuckers!
New carpets

A celery

For money in emergencies, bus fares
(A celery)

Kids and stuff


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"Half Timer" as written by Oliver Askew Henry Dartnall

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    General Commenti love the young knives... perfect perfect perfect for boring journeys i realised this afternoon

    but it's ''a SALARY''...
    wellhellosailoron April 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah, I realize it now.
    But I can't change it, you have to make a post in the Lyric Report: songmeanings.net/…
    luttion May 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentA satire of the modern mentality of Indie bands who buck against those who actually work for money. It points out all those legitimate things that working actually helps with
    JerseySion March 11, 2008   Link

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