"Zipcode" as written by Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs....
The comic from the U.S.A.
Dream ticket for a Saturday
Saw an ad for a day-glo skeleton
Hey Dad, had a go about getting them

You never there when I needed you
You never lent me a hand or two
And when you did, you weren't much use
You didn't even know what a zipcode was

I never really saw the apes
Just said I did to save my face
Not impressed with my watch radio
Weighs a tonne and it ain't stereo

I never cried when Elvis died
Told you I did but hey, I lied
Bought into X-ray vision
Then music, sex, religion

You never there when I needed you
You never lent me a hand or two
And when you did, you weren't much use
You didn't even know what a zipcode was

You didn't even know what a zipcode was
You didn't even know what a zipcode was



Lyrics submitted by adchelle

"Zipcode" as written by Jane Cracknell Sarah Sarah Jane Cracknell

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

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