"Just Like Nothing On Earth" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell, David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy and Jean Jacques Burnel....
A woman in Wellington wet her whistle with a wild man
From way back when,
She sucked her thumb and she held her head for the man she didn't ken
A Nip in Nippon napped a nod and knew a new nomad
Near the nearside window of his Mitsubishi
His kid was scared he said he thought it was something new

Just like nothing on earth
Just like nothing on earth
Just like nothing on earth
(Just like nothing on earth)
(Just like nothing on earth)

Just ... like ... nothing ... on ... earth
On ... earth

Just like nothing on earth
Just like nothing on earth
Just like nothing on earth
(Just like nothing on, just like nothing on earth)

A man on the main motor mile mesmerised much monkey magic
Meandering piecemeal
You know UFOs utilise euphoric united ecstatic fantastic
Traumatic burning rubber blubber blackout checkout
For philandering sons of magic women
His brain was blazed and amazed he said he thought it was something new

Just like nothing on earth
Just like nothing on earth
Just like nothing on earth
(Just like nothing on earth)
(Just like nothing on earth)

Just ... like ... nothing ... on ... earth
On ... earth

Just like nothing on earth
Just like nothing on earth
It was just like nothing on earth


Lyrics submitted by TDracz

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