"The Outdoor Type (The Lemonheads cover)" as written by and Tom Morgan....
Always had a roof above me
Always paid the rent
But I`ve never set foot inside a tent
Can`t build a fire to save my life
I lied about being the outdoor type

I`ve never slept out underneath the stars,
The closest that I came to that was one time my car
Broke down for an hour in the suburbs at night
I lied about being the outdoor type.

Too scared to let you know you knew what you were looking for
I lied until I fit the bill god bless the great indoors
I lied about being the outdoor type
I`ve never owned a sleeping bag let alone a mountain bike

I can`t go away with you on a rock climbing weekend
What if somethings on tv and its never shown again
Its just as well i`m not invited i`m afraid of heights
I lied about being the outdoor type

Never learned to swim can`t grow a beard or even fight
I lied about being the outdoor type


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"The Outdoor Type" as written by Tom Morgan

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