"Homewrecker" as written by and Jarvis Branson/mackey Cocker....
A homewrecker stalks the streets of this city.
Avoiding the issue, still trying to believe he's the Biggest,
The Strongest, the Fittest, The Longest
& his wife & his kids are sleep.

Her comes the Homewrecker
What a tragic waste of life.
& don't you know?
You're just like everybody else.
& don't you know?
Everyone fails or they fall
Everyone, yessirree: Everybdoy except me.
Here comes the Homewrecker
Going down with all hands tonight.
Here comes the Homewrecker
What a tragic waste of life.
And don't you know?
You're just like everybody else.
& don't you know?
They all sell out int he end
All grow up and dorp their friends
Face the facts.
Knuckle down
Capitulate & scrape & bow
Everybody, everyone
Alles menschen
Tout le monde
Everbody, yesirree
Everybody
Everybody except me.


Lyrics submitted by grasswidow103

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    General CommentLove, love, love the brass section.

    Quirky thing: in the U.S., I don't think I've ever seen a man labelled as a "homewrecker." The Brits must be more equal opportunity in that respect.
    grasswidow103on May 26, 2009   Link

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