"Boring The Children" as written by David Craig, Barry Hyde, David Hyde and Ross Millard....
Too many normal people on the television
These people are the stars but they should be tuning in
Get rid of them, get rid of them, get rid of them
Because they're boring the children

Too many normal people on the box
A great invention has been ruined by the bosses
Of the channels and the stations
And it's quality you cannot trust
Don't waste my time, time, time

Or I'll turn you off, put the child lock on
Lose the code and never switch you
Back on, back on, back on
How do I escape this fate?
I can remember when it used to be great

Too many normal people in this competition
Promise after promise that they'll never be forgotten
Well, I can promise them they will be heartbroken
And they're boring the children
Don't waste my time, time, time

Or I'll turn you off, put the child lock on
Lose the code and never switch you
Back on, back on, back on
How do I escape this fate?
I can remember when it used to be great

On Friday night I turn over so many times
My television started to whine about it
On a Friday night he loses his mind
He says he wants to leave me

(Too many normal people on the TV)
Too many normal people on the TV
He says he wants to leave me
(Too many normal people on the TV)
Too many normal people on the TV, TV




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"Boring the Children" as written by David Craig Barry Hyde

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