I've always been attracted to weird people
I like to give them lifts in my car
The weird thing about weird people
Is just how weird they are
There was the boy who shaved his eyebrows all away
The man with the devil in his hand of gloved grey
The skinhead who showed me his tattoos and tracks
Who said "I could mug you then I'd pay you back."
I've always been attracted to weird people
I like to give them lifts in my car
The weird thing about weird people
Is just how weird they are
There's the man who's an angel in Tasmania
The neurotic reflexologist with every kind of mania
There's Barry and Bob the gay builders on cider
And the woman with bananas and spider
I've always been attracted to weird people
I like to give them lifts in my car
The weird thing about weird people
Is just how weird they are
There was the pink Rastafarian preacher of Pendle Hill
The hippies who won't take medicines when tehy're ill
Stevenage Phil and his I will not speak day
The Crabtree children with thir ouija board tea tray
I've always been attracted to weird people
I like to give them lifts in my car
The weird thing about weird people
Is just how weird they are
The Chilean revolutionary into Kevin Keegan
The alcoholic tobacco smoking health freak vegan
The pagans that worship the moon when the sun's out
And all the other people you meet with their thumbs out
I've always been attracted to weird people
I like to give them lifts in my car
The weird thing about weird people
Is just how weird they are



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