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Entertaining your wives at the office balls
Answering all your phone calls
I will fix you a drink make a little speech
Still always out reach

Philanthrophist are misanthropes
Nuns where nothing under the ropes
Father gave me advice, mother bought my shoes
Screw this modern modern who am i blues

I do my own hairdo-o-oo

Look AT the view words can never tell
World is so huge and so is hell
You believe good deads lead to afterlife
If that's so pass me that knife

I do my own hairdo-o-oo

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Hairdo song meanings
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    General CommentThis lyrics was corrected by Ugletto, who knows them for sure it seems. But i still think he missed 'nuns where nothing under the ropes' - i think it must be 'nuns wear nothing under their robes'.
    takopuson December 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYeah, I'm sure it's "Under their robes." On another note, I'm trying to figure out what the implication is when he says "pass me that knife," could it be that it would be a "good" deed that ultimately leads to a far worse one, or that he'll prove you wrong by visiting (or rather not visiting) the afterlife?
    NeoDamiuon January 06, 2014   Link

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