"Arcade Precinct" as written by John Mckeown, Michael Mcgaughrin, Donald Barr and Jamie Mcmorrow....
Thursday walking in the arcade precinct
Jackie was looking so bad
Couple of girls from the catholic school
Turning their heads to look back
Whooo!
They were all sixteen, fifteen, fourteen
Just getting away from their dads
Busy ???? grabbing things for free
Over by the magazine rack

Lalalalalala lalala lala
Lalalalalala lalala lala

That was that
And this was then
And that's what girls are for
Hangin' round arcade precincts foodhall
or even shopping malls

Well I know
What you know
And you know
A scarecrow
And they go
Where we go
And we could all go
to a go-go
lalalalalala lalala lala x 4

Well I'm glad I met you at the precinct
We had some good times
Hangin' with the wild life
lalalalalalalalalalalala

But the ladies from the arcade
Are drinking cherrycooley (?)
They're never gonna behave



Lyrics submitted by steakforchicken

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    General Commentif it helps? im 99% sure they are saying.. "drinking cherry kool-aide"
    staaticxpippaon April 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song....the bit about the scarecrow ALWAYS makes me laugh! It's such an awesomely mellow song.......

    I ♥ 1990s!!
    futuretarded_oneon July 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI always think he sings:
    "Jackie was looking so fab"

    Great song anyway.
    matzoon July 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHold on, isn't Jackie the lead singer's name?
    futuretarded_oneon July 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentJackie's the lead singer but this song is sung by Michael the drummer.
    blinkyskyon August 10, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Busy tealeafing grabbing things for free
    Over by the magazine rack" me thinks

    tealeafing as in ryhming slang for theifing (stealing)
    grrrrrrrrrrrrrrron October 03, 2007   Link

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