"Bad Life" as written by John Lydon, Keith Levene and Martin Clive Atkins....
Call me up after midnight.
Tell me I'm wrong, tell me I'm right.
What do you want, what do I get?
Did you just need the argument?
Well, bad life.
Cockroach city, lucky for some.
Richest island in the sun.
That's life.

Name of the game, it's competition.
Top of the pile, net demolition.

This is what you want.
This is what you get.
Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad life.
Bad life.

Now, this machine is on the move.
Now, looking out for number one.
The open road and getting gasoline.
Well, bad life. bad, bad, bad life.
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Well, that's life! (well, that's life.)

Call me up after midnight.
Tell me I'm wrong, tell me I'm right.
What do you want, what do I get?
Did you just need the argument?
Well, bad life.

Bad life.
Bad (10x) (bad life.)
Bad life.

Now, looking out for number one.
The open road, getting gasoline.
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Well, that's life.
Bad life.

Now, looking out for number one.
The open road, getting gasoline.
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Well, that's life.
Bad, bad, bad life.
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Well, that's life. (x2) (that's life)

This is what you want.
This is what you get.
(repeat)



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"Bad Life" as written by Keith Levene John Lydon

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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